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  • Social Marketing Company Unified Acquires Analytics Startup Awe.sm

    Social Marketing Company Unified Acquires Analytics Startup Awe.sm

    Unified, which has created what it calls a “social operating platform,” is announcing that it has acquired analytics startup Awe.sm. Unified offers tools for buying ads on social media, and for monitoring other ad-buying systems. Earlier this year it added business intelligence data for tracking broader trends in a companies’ social ad spending. Read More

  • Social Analytics Startup Awe.sm Rolls Out A Dashboard Just For Marketers

    Social Analytics Startup Awe.sm Rolls Out A Dashboard Just For Marketers

    Social media analytics startup Awe.sm is getting serious about making its product available to different types of clients. The company, which provides a platform for measuring the effectiveness of their social media campaigns, has refined its technology to create a new product that is aimed at brands and marketers. Read More

  • Social Analytics Startup Awe.sm Hires Former CBSi And AOL Exec Fred McIntyre As CEO

    Social Analytics Startup Awe.sm Hires Former CBSi And AOL Exec Fred McIntyre As CEO

    Social analytics startup Awe.sm has been growing quickly and getting a lot of interest from brands that want to use its platform for measuring the effectiveness of their social media campaigns. With that in mind, the company has hired a new CEO, industry veteran Fred McIntyre. Read More

  • Is Bit.ly Awe.sm Or Just Awesome?

    I’m not saying there’s necessarily something nefarious going on here, but judge for yourself. In their source code, Bit.ly has the word “awesome” as one of their meta keywords. This may just seem like some kooky programmer having some fun — until you remember that one of their main rivals is a another URL shortening service called Awe.sm. Read More

  • Following The Tr.im Incident, 301works Is Ready To Insure Shortened URLs

    Perhaps you’ve been following the Tr.im fiasco. If not, basically the URL shortening service shut down and said all its links would cease to work by the end of the year, dealing a severe blow to users of any URL shortening service. Tr.im has since recanted its decision (if only to make it easier to sell), but the problem is still a very real one: What happens if your favorite… Read More

  • It's Awe.sm: Create A Powerful Custom URL Shortener For Your Own Domain

    You may have noticed over the last few weeks that TechCrunch links on Twitter have had a nifty custom URL, with links looking like tcrn.ch/1A’ instead of more generic codes from TinyURL or Bit.ly. This was due in no small part to the handiwork of our crack team of developers, but it was made possible by a new service launching today called Awe.sm. There are countless URL shortening… Read More