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Tag Archives: Engagement

Rallyverse Roundup: Go Freemium, Show Your Personal Side, Apps For Each NYC Neighborhood

With today’s Rallyverse Roundup, you can learn why going freemium may be the best route for your app, how to expose a little bit more of your personal side on Twitter, how to get seen in the Facebook news feed, and what New Year’s resolutions you should make if you’re a marketer. And as a […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Perfect Snapchat, Experimental Twitter, Interactive Dylan

Today’s Roundup covers Twitter’s recently amped-up round of experimental product testing, an analysis of why Snapchat is the perfect app at the perfect time (yeah, we’re still a little skeptical too), an infographic on how social media users get their news, and a helpful list of 26 ways to engage your fans on Facebook. As […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Email as Twitter’s Pulse, Instascams, Old Video Game Ads

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, The Next Web has an in-depth look at the complicated relationship betwen Twitter and email, Mashable has a primer on the rising trend of Instagram scams, Social Media Examiner has some outside-the-box ideas for increasing Facebook engagement, and BuzzFeed has a set of seemingly ancient video game console ads in preparation […]

Rallyverse Roundup: TV-Powered Twitter, 6.8 Billion Mobile Connections

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup includes some thoughts from PR Daily on Facebook pictures, brands, and engagement; an in-depth look from Fast Company at the deepening relationship between television and Twitter; and a study that reveals by the end of 2013, there will be just as many mobile connections as there are people living on Earth today. […]