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Rallyverse Roundup: Brands Can Win At Content

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got five great examples of how brands can win at content, tips on collaborating with artists on content marketing projects, hilarious videos from social recruiting, and Vine magic tricks. Happy weekend! 5 ways brands are winning at content Creating relevant and intriguing content is not an easy task, but brands have […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Selfie Olympics, Vine on the Web and 2014 Buzzword Bingo

In today’s Roundup, check out these highlights from the Selfie Olympics (which are better than your cynical soul will believe), lots of great updates from Vine to bring six-second looping videos to your big monitor, the 2014 edition of Buzzword Bingo from Digiday, and a reminder that the best sales pitches actually remember to ask […]

Rallyverse Roundup: B2B marketing, content & commerce, Amazon reviews, and candy

Today, we look at B2B and commerce site’s relationship with content marketing, read about the life of an Amazon super-reviewer, and for those of you who did not eat all their candy already (like Rallybot) some creative ideas for your sugary loot. Marketers Are Putting Their Money and Confidence in Social Media Business to business […]

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 […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Twitter Bots, Boosting Your Email List

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, we’re running through reasons why a Twitter bot but may be more influential than you, how to (ethically) boost your email subscriber numbers, and why PR people are so misunderstood. Enjoy your weekend! Why My Twitter Bot Is More Influential Than You (BuzzFeed) Despite the efforts of companies like Klout and […]