Another Big Social Marketing Exit: Gannett Will Buy BLiNQ Media For Up To $92M

On the heels of <a href="">Google buying Wildfire</a> and <a href="

Oracle Acquires Social Marketer Involver As Enterprise Giants Buy Rather Than Build For Tomorrow

Old world online marketers must build, buy, or die, and <a target="_blank" href="">Oracle</a> has made its choice. Oracle just <a target="_blank" href="http://blog.invo

Facebook Chips Away At Marketing Providers By Adding Native Page Admin Roles and Scheduled Posts

What once you had to use or pay for outside software to do, Facebook now offers for free. Facebook today rolled out <a href="

Social Media Marketer Vitrue Has Been Bought By Oracle For $300 Million

TechCrunch has discovered and confirmed that software giant <a href="">Oracle</a> has bought social marketing platform <a href="">Vitrue</a> for $300 millio

Another Business Use For Instagram: Vitrue Integrates Photos With Brands’ Facebook Campaigns

Kevin Systrom, the CEO of Instagram, earlier this week spelled out a few ways that Instragram might, one day, make revenue through marketing and advertising around its photo-taking, filtering and shar

Vitrue Updates Social Media Management Platform For Brands With Deeper Analytics And More

<a href="">Vitrue</a>, a social media marketing company, is rolling out version 3.0 of its social media management platform for brands. New features include localization and enhanced

Why Even Ron Conway Couldn’t Persuade Me To Move To Silicon Valley

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Vitrue Raises $17 Million For To Help Brands Manage Social Media

<img src="//" class="shot2"><a href="">Vitrue</a>, a social media marketing company, has raised $17 m

Vitrue Is Minting Money By Taming Millions Of Fans For Big Brands

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ViTrue: User Generated Ad Video Gets New Investors

User-generated video sharing site ViTrue, Inc. has come some reputable new investors, including Ron Conway, one of the original investors in Google, often called the “Godfather of Silicon Valley