3 Tips on How to Partner with Facebook

written by bethburgee on October 30, 2012 in eCommerce and Under The Radar with one Comment

I was able to snag Abheek Anand, Product Manager over at a little company called Facebook for a chat yesterday afternoon. Abheek is an old friend of Dealmaker Media – having presented his company Tagtile at Under the Radar in Read the Rest…

Is Pinterest the New "Black" For Retailers?

written by HeidiIsern on June 13, 2012 in eCommerce with no comments

  According to an article in Apparel News, consumers follow retailers more on Pinterest than any other social network.  Consumers follow an average of 9.3 retail companies on Pinterest compared with an average of 6.9 on Facebook and 8.5 on Twitter. This Read the Rest…

4 Facebook IPO Implications for the Rest of Us

written by HeidiIsern on February 2, 2012 in Funding and Industry Trends and Social Media with no comments

  Facebook’s $5 billion IPO filing will make it the largest web company IPO in history.  The engineers that stuck it out for the long haul are doing victory dances.  However what does that mean for the rest of us?  Read the Rest…

Zuckerberg on SNL

written by Clare Ryan on January 31, 2011 in Opinions with one Comment

In case you missed seeing the Triple Zuckerberg moment on SNL this weekend, here is a clip from the opening scene to get you up to speed… Maybe not as good as the Tina Fey/Sarah Palin resemblance, but still amusing. Read the Rest…

Mark Zuckerberg says at least the 'Social Network' got his clothes right!

written by Clare Ryan on October 21, 2010 in Video with 3 comments

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Eduardo Saverin speaks out about "Social Network"

written by Clare Ryan on October 15, 2010 in Guest Blog and Opinions with no comments

Here are some excerpts from Eduardo Saverin’s Guest Blog about “The Social Network” on CNBC. Here’s what he had to say: Imagine sitting in a movie theater, and when the lights dim and credits roll, you see your life unfold Read the Rest…

Startups are about to go VIRAL

written by Clare Ryan on September 28, 2010 in Industry Trends and Startup News with one Comment

We spend hours and hours every week talking to startups and listening to their stories. We love to know the details of how they got started, what inspired them, what their backgrounds are, and what they want to achieve. There Read the Rest…

Cut Time and Costs: Social Media Monitoring

written by Clare Ryan on September 10, 2010 in Social Media with 8 comments

How many browser tabs do you need to open to get a feel of where your company is currently standing on the social media front? Let’s count: 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. Your Blog 4. Your Website 5. Google Analytics Read the Rest…

Grandma LOVES Facebook

written by Clare Ryan on September 1, 2010 in Social Media with no comments

“God, they need it! You’ve NO idea the guilt trips these seemingly innocuous little Grandma’s are capable of when you get lax on your calls or visits.” -(Comment referring to Social Networking for Senior Citizens) Below are some excerpts from Read the Rest…

Share like everything dude. Like, totally.

written by Clare Ryan on August 12, 2010 in Startups with one Comment

6rounds has been around for over a year now, but they recently popped back up on our radar. The Israeli company, founded in 2008, lets users share the experience of being online in a way that’s a whole lotta fun. Read the Rest…