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Rallyverse Roundup: Is Facebook Out Of The Social Media Business?

In today’s Roundup, we’re wondering if Facebook is out of the social media business, checking to see if watching TV might actually be better for kids than playing with your iPad, getting excited for the new Mike Judge startup show, and sharing even more Game Of Thrones humor. Ad Tech Execs Debate The Future Of […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Will Social Selling Work For Your Team?

In today’s Roundup, we’re wondering whether social selling will work for your sales team (guess what we think), talking about why email marketing is still a thing, debating the glorification of the 60-hour work week, and having some fun with street art based on the Photoshop eraser tool. Will Social Selling work for your Sales […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Red Pills, Social Media Breakups, Copywriting Tips

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup. Mashable has some copywriting tips for you, Forbes wonders why B2B marketers are still unsure about social media, PandoDaily tells you to take the red pill, BuzzFeed has an in-depth look about what happens when you break up with a social platform, and more. Facebook Wants To Tell Publishers Which Stories […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Post-IPO Twitter, Growing With Vine, The Interrobang

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, we’re looking at an in-depth New York Times study on native advertising, a Mashable list on ways startups can take advantage of Vine and Instagram, a Guardian think-piece on why the “interrobang” will be the next big icon, and more. Storytelling Ads May Be Journalism’s New Peril (New York Times) Now […]

CEO Joe Doran Talks To AlleyWatch About Being A Made In NY Startup

This post originally appeared on AlleyWatch.  Today, we speak with Joe Doran, CEO and Co-Founder of Rallyverse, a social media marketing platform that enables brand marketers to share and publish relevant content on owned and paid media. What does “Made in NYTM” mean to you and your company? To us, “Made in NYTM” means not only being […]