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Working hard or hardly working? (Either way, you’re chatting)

Let’s examine the touch points an average employee engages with on a daily basis. You’ve got email (Outlook or Gmail, the classic conundrum and frequent office polarizer), you’ve got chat (Adium? Gchat?…er excuse me, “Hangouts“), and you’ve got at least five other social platforms you could choose for a more niche type of interaction outside […]

Everyone needs to be media trained

In case you haven’t heard, marketing is everyone’s job now. You. Your mom (sorry, had to). Your cousin. Your barber. Your boss. Me. Everyone. These days, whatever your job is, somebody’s watching. That’s not meant to be as scary as it may sound. What I mean is that that digital reflections of you, your company […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Vine coming to Xbox, 3D Phones From Amazon, Google Tours The

In today’s Roundup, we’re very very excited about Vine coming to Xbox One, somewhat puzzled by the concept of a 3D phone, somewhat floored by the size of streaming video revenues, and, as always, excited that Google can take us on a tour of the World Cup stadia. And yes, we love writing “stadia.” Yes […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Ad Tech Confessions, Rebranding Net Neutrality, Drone Bottle Service

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got a new True Confession from Digiday, John Oliver renames net neutrality, Facebook updates the News Feed (comma again), a new Google ad, and robots serving drinks. We always dig the Digiday Confessions, and this one, covering ad operations, is an especially good one, specifically for the career advice involved: “In […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Social Helps Your SEO, Taco Bell Goes Transparent, Jerk Balloons

In today’s Roundup, we’re reminding you that being active in social media absolutely helps your SEO, discussing a recent study on the effectiveness of native advertising, applauding some transparency from Taco Bell, and stifling giggles at the idea of Jerk Balloons. 7 Legitimate Ways That Social Media Impacts SEO To understand what is popular, relevant, […]