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Rallyverse Roundup: Black Friday, Discriminating Bosses, Niche Social Networks

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup includes an interesting report from Wall Street Journal on how bosses discriminate against prospective employees using social media, tips from Forbes on how to survive and thrive on Black Friday, and news from AllThingsD on Google’s new Flipboard clone. And since we tend to cover news from the same social media behemoths […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Tech Time Warp, Pinterest API, Lessons From BuzzFeed

The last Roundup of the week features some tips on hiring a social media marketer, news on Pinterest’s just-released API, and lessons on blogging from the BuzzFeed model – love ’em or hate ’em, they’re getting 40 million unique visitors a month! Also, don’t miss Wired’s look back at RCA’s Wireless Wizard from 1961. That […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Twitter Inside Out, Pinterest and Business, Facebook Messenger

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup covers Twitter’s visual new layout, Facebook’s updated Messenger app, how to apply Pinterest to your personal and professional lives, how to generate new leads on Twitter, and more. We hope you’re ready for a rather spooky Roundup tomorrow… Facebook Makes Its Messenger App More Like Texting Facebook is updating its standalone messaging […]

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: LinkedIn Drug Busts, Google Glass PR, Twitter Flies

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, we’re taking a look at what Twitter’s imminent IPO says about its ambitions, how LinkedIn helped bust a cult drug website, how PR professionals are utilizing Google Glass, and more. Twitter spreads its wings Startups are expected to become corporate behemoths that lead a variety of markets. That’s why they’re called […]