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Rallyverse Roundup: What Agencies Get Right (And Wrong) With Content Marketing

In today’s Roundup, we explore how agencies can screw up even the best intended content marketing, talk about how and why you should measure your content marketing just like anything else, point you at some data that confirms that, yeah, everyone loves the Internet and then head over to check out ridiculous Star Wars photos, […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Magic Recs, Tech Shabbat, Data Tracking Opt-Outs

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup covers a lot of ground, from how Twitter is still perceived as misunderstood and why it is using power users to create the perfect power user, to how to opt out of data-tracking on your favorite sites and avoid expensive business coaching. Also, don’t miss Fast Company’s take on why you might […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Twitter vs. IBM, Tech Halloween, Google+ For Business

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, IBM is alleging Twitter infringed on three patents, TechCrunch explains why Twitter is focusing too much on data and user testing, BuzzFeed has the scoop on how the San Francisco tech crowd celebrates Halloween, and more. Plotting The Way To IPO, Twitter’s Product Roadmap Has Become Too Data Driven In its […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Twitter IPO (Finally), Instagram Ads, Big Data Frenzy

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup focuses on yesterday’s big news involving the Twitter IPO, as well as news that flew under the radar regarding ads on Instagram. For you science nerds out there, don’t miss Wired’s great read on the complicated world of big data. Enjoy the weekend! File Under #Finally: Twitter Unveils $1 Billion IPO, Showing […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Tweeting From Articles, Pinterest For Bros

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, Mashable highlights Twitter’s new experiment involving sentences from news stories (you know, like Del.icio.us had in 2006), Wired delves into Facebook’s compliance with the U.S. government in handing over user data, and Social Media Today heralds Tapiture as the “Pinterest for bros,” without explicitly noting that “bros” seem to like looking […]