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Tag Archives: Search

March newsletter: search 2,365,111 docs (and counting)

In case you missed our March newsletter, we’ve got all sorts of details on our new search tools, tag-level reporting data and new email formats, along with a roundup of all the last month’s blog content. To sign up for the Rallyverse newsletter, head over here.

Search everywhere: your content, your archives, our whole index (2,099,620 documents and counting)

Getting you the right content to share — on social media, on your blog, in social selling programs, on your site — is what Rallyverse does. Our algorithms scour the web and your content archives to recommend the right mix of new, engaging and relevant things for you to share with your audiences everywhere your […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Embarrassing Facebook Posts, Who’s Tweeting Where

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, Wired is letting you know how to make your embarrassing old Facebook posts unsearchable, Entrepreneur has 10 tips on how to write better online marketing content, and AllTwitter has a scoop on which cities across the world are Tweeting the most. Social Cities: Who Is Tweeting Where (And How Do They […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Google-Searching Twitter, Hashtags as Turn-Off

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, we’re taking a look at what would happen if Google could search Twitter, why hashtags might be a turn-off on Facebook, how to use alternative channels to reach your target audience with content, and more. If Google Could Search Twitter, It Would Find Topsy (New York Times) Twitter’s weaknesses in search […]

Active Social Participation Impacts Your SEO

What you do in social impacts your search results more than you realize. The major search engines are all crawling the social streams. They’re looking for signal out of the social streams to help them to deliver more relevant results — their theory being that mentions of content in social media are a strong indicator […]