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Rallyverse Roundup: Your Social Referrals Are Mostly Mobile Already

In today’s Roundup, we’re noting that over half of referrals from Facebook to publishers are coming via mobile, give you a sneak preview of the next generation of Hot Or Not, share an infographic with juicy details on content marketing spending and projections, and give you a tour of New York City’s neighborhoods as corporate […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Big Brand Social Media Marketers Tell All!

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got anonymous insights on being a social media manager for a big brand, we’re looking at what capabilities are in house versus outsourced, discussing the opportunity for content marketing in corporate apps, and sharing some really fun NFL corporate logo mashups (as if the NFL wasn’t corporate enough!).   Confessions of […]

Rallyverse Gets (More) Mobile

We’ve been churning out a bunch of cool new updates here at Rallyverse HQ lately, and considering how much social media work is being done en route to meetings, airports, subways, and restaurants lately, the latest one we’re highlighting is aimed at the on-the-go crowd. We’ve overhauled the Rallydeck mobile editor for phone use — […]

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. […]

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 […]