SocialRank just raised $1 million to help brands connect with their most valuable fans — and steal their competitor’s best followers. The firm, which launched with two billion-dollar companies on b…
They’re trying to be a Klout that’s actually useful to brands. Interesting.
SocialRank now helps you steal your competitor’s most engaged followers
“This caters specifically to the target segments that primarily want to use their apps on their smartphones and only secondarily use their phone to talk & text, which probably by now is the majority of the smartphone users.”
This is very much me. I still use SMS a lot but at the same time switch almost hourly through Skype, WhatsApp, GroupMe (yes, still), and several others since I have friends scattered across the networks.
Mobile Messaging Startup UppTalk Evolves Into A Low Cost Cell Service With Launch Of UppWireless In U.S. | TechCrunch
LinkedIn engagement is rising, and its high-income audience is especially desirable for brands.
A good summary of how well LinkedIn is doing, but the article also includes some good tips on “key times to post” on the various networks. We’re working hard on our social media presence for Contactive and are always testing to find the best time to post, blog, tweet, and share.
LinkedIn May Not Be The Coolest Social Network, But It’s Only Becoming More Valuable To Businesses
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone launched a question-and-answer social networking app on Tuesday called Jelly.
Social Q&A is a crowded space based on the number of apps and sites out there, but I’ve personally not had a ton of success with using them and end up just Googling my question and looking through results. I’m curious to see how much traction this gets and will be playing with it for a bit to see. Expect me to ask you some questions. Please help. 🙂
Twitter Cofounder Biz Stone Launches Q&A App Jelly