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  • The AI disruption wave Crunch Network

    The AI disruption wave

    Information technology evolves through disruption waves. First the computer, then the web and eventually social networks and smartphones all had the power to revolutionize how people live and how businesses operate. They destroyed companies that weren’t able to adapt, while creating new winners in growing markets. Read More

  • SocialFlow Raises $7.5 Million To Help Media Companies With Social

    SocialFlow Raises $7.5 Million To Help Media Companies With Social

    New York-based SocialFlow has raised $7.5 million in Series C funding, the company tells TechCrunch. The startup, which helps media organizations including The Wall Street Journal and BBC optimize their effectiveness on social media, has closed a round led by Gefinor Capital. A competitor of HootSuite, SocialFlow works with media outlets, including TechCrunch, to ensure that articles get shared… Read More

  • Echobox Launches To Let Publishers Intelligently Share Content To Twitter And Facebook

    Echobox Launches To Let Publishers Intelligently Share Content To Twitter And Facebook

    It looks like SocialFlow and, to a lesser extent, social media scheduling apps like Buffer, just got some more competition. Pulling back the curtain today is Echobox, the UK data and analytics startup, with a service that lets publishers intelligently share content to Twitter and Facebook. Read More

  • SocialFlow Names Missy Godfrey As Its New CEO, Brings In Over Two Decades Of Media Experience

    SocialFlow Names Missy Godfrey As Its New CEO, Brings In Over Two Decades Of Media Experience

    Social media optimization technology company SocialFlow has made a change at the top. We’ve learned that its Co-Founder Frank Speiser has stepped down from the CEO position to make way for former Managing Director of North Sea Partners, Missy Godfrey. The service is used by some of the biggest brands in the world, including: Pepsi, Dole, National Geographic and The Washington Post. Read More

  • SocialFlow Gets Serious, Makes Veteran Entrepreneur Peter Hershberg El Presidente

    Twitter seems simple enough to use; how difficult can 140 characters be, right? But now imagine trying to monetize Twitter to its full potential. Not quite as easy. And it’s no secret that a big part of Twitter’s strategy is developing its platform to enable brand support — in other words, making it easier for brands to expose their message to the right users. But this, too… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang on Rackspace and Chatter

    Gillmor Gang 5.9.11 (TCTV)

    The Gillmor Gang — John Borthwick, Robert Scoble, John Taschek, and Steve Gillmor — inaugurated a new kind of Gillmor Gang. To the undisclosed, it looks the same: silly chat, mangled technology disruptions, and dead air. To the more clueful, who recognize we’re entering a new age of social media, the intersection of social monitoring and proactive brand creation tools spells… Read More

  • New Twitter Ecosystem Poster Child SocialFlow Secures The Firehose And $7 Million Round

    In Twitter’s attempt to monetize, there’s no question that a key factor is brand support. That is, brands utilizing the network effectively to interact with customers and spread messages. Twitter knows it’s a potential goldmine. But it’s also not where it needs to be yet. And that’s exactly why Twitter loves SocialFlow. SocialFlow is a social media platform… Read More