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Dear Facebook, Can We Have A News Feed Reset Button?

Dear Facebook, Hey there! Great to connect, feel like we haven’t been hanging out so much lately, and, well, I felt like I needed to come clean with you a bit. I know this is a little awkward, but I have a request for you and I hope you’ll hear me out. It’s about the […]

Facebook Changed The Rules Of The News Feed Again, And You’ll Never Believe…Oh, You Probably Will

Facebook announced two changes today to how the News Feed decides what content users will see in their home feed: 1. Limiting exposure for “click-baiting” headlines; 2. Limiting exposure for photo posts with links in them. Facebook’s rationale for both changes is that they want to improve the quality of the content shown to users […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Facebook Needs You To Up Your Game

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got opinions on the recent News Feed updates and what it means for marketers vying for your precious attention, a nifty (and thoroughly alphabetized) glossary of content marketing terms from Hubspot, some great tips for creating content that drives actions and details on how Samsung is using gamification to stop people […]

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: Breaking News, Next-Gen PR, Netflix Curation Gone Bad

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, we’ve got eight reasons why Twitter is still lagging behind Facebook in various departments, five habits of successful content marketers, tips for you to garner more coverage for your clients in the most modern way possible, and how Netflix’s attempts at curation don’t always hit the mark. 8 Reasons Twitter Still […]