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Is the next internet…TV?

There has been a lot of buzz recently around an article from The Awl titled “The Next Internet is TV.” I won’t spend the majority of this post rehashing it, but here’s the Sparknotes to catch you up: 1) The next internet is TV. 2) Is the next internet TV? 3) “The gaps left by […]

Rallyverse Roundup: What Are Your Content Marketing Goals?

In today’s Roundup, we’re talking content marketing goals, reminding you that TV is still kind of a big deal, sharing some details on how content marketing is changing, and finally celebrating the launch of World Cup shirts with pictures of dogs in their nation’s soccer kits. Of course. 5 Business Goals of Content Marketing In […]

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: Facebook and TV, Soul-Sucking Work, Best Startup Perks

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup follows up on the recent speculation about Twitter and TV with a look at Facebook’s own TV pitch, examines how Facebook marketing is helping (or hurting) businesses, shares an opinion piece from Wired on how to waste less time at work, and more. Facebook Says It’s Pretty Good at TV, Too Take […]

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. […]