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Rallyverse Roundup: Facebook’s Going Meme-Hunting, Breaking Bad Entrepreneurship

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup is showcasing an increasingly widening age gap between top social networks, some thoughts on why linking Facebook and Twitter is not a smart move for your brand, news on Facebook’s effort to highlight top publications as opposed to low-quality memes, and a lesson in entrepreneurship from Walter White – who, whether good […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Tech Time Warp, Pinterest API, Lessons From BuzzFeed

The last Roundup of the week features some tips on hiring a social media marketer, news on Pinterest’s just-released API, and lessons on blogging from the BuzzFeed model – love ’em or hate ’em, they’re getting 40 million unique visitors a month! Also, don’t miss Wired’s look back at RCA’s Wireless Wizard from 1961. That […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Website Peers Into Your Facebook Soul, App Store Revolution, Be Cyber-Safe

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup includes news on Twitter’s new Custom Timelines product, a report on how companies are embracing the app revolution by embracing their own apps, a case study on how a winery uses social media to increase brand loyalty, a nifty feature that will peer into your Facebook soul and predict exactly what you […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Technology of Tweets, Advertisers Ripping Themselves Off

Today’s Roundup lays out the technology hidden inside every tweet, how advertisers are ripping themselves off, what Twitter’s next steps are following its big IPO, and how to build a digital brand from scratch. Have an amazing weekend! The Technology Hidden Inside Every Tweet Consider the tweet. It’s short — 140 characters and done — […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Delete All Your Apps, and Lay Off The Hashtags, Brands

In today’s Roundup, we’re checking in on how Twitter use may be slowing (bad timing, for sure) and LinkedIn’s stock is growing, why brands should #lay #off #the #hashtags, and why you should consider deleting all your apps. How LinkedIn Got $10M by Making Weakness Look Like Strength Reid Hoffman posted the pitch he used […]