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Gary Vaynerchuk and the warmth of social media

Outspoken? Arrogant? Just plain crazy? Whatever you might think of Gary Vaynerchuk, there’s no denying he’s a great exponent of simple, pared down social media marketing. CEO of VaynerMedia, Gary Vaynerchuk began his digital career by setting up the online arm of his parents’ wine business, winelibrary.com, taking turnover from $3 million in 1997, to $45 million just eight years later He’s a social supremo who is definitely one to watch for anyone in media jobs. By reading up on the industry, gaining as much experience as he could and making himself indispensable to wine buffs everywhere, Gary’s winelibrary is still going strong thanks to his commitment to developing the business and his endearingly informal style. Since setting up winelibrary, Vaynerchuk took everything he learnt and created VaynerMedia, a company that helps Fortune 500 companies ‘find their social media voice’. But don’t be fooled into thinking that Gary Vaynerchuk is a hard-headed marketer who’s all about the quick buck. In fact, the opposite is true. In It for the Long Term Vaynerchuk was born in the former USSR in the small town of Babruysk. He emigrated with his family to the US in 1978 and he and his parents settled…

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Event logging startup Sentry launches massively revamped platform

The bug tracking space has been generating a good deal of interest since Twitter acquired mobile crash-reporting tool Crashlytics in January – and error-tracking startup Sentry is poised to take full advantage with the launch of a hugely revamped platform. Since its early days a few years ago as an internal exception-logging tool for Django apps at Disqus, its creators (designer Chris Jennings and engineer David Cramer) have seen it blossom impressively. In developments which will stir the admiration of many a business development associate, chief technology officer and chief revenue officer, Jenner and Cramer (who both still work for Disqus) decided to open-source their project a couple of years ago because the firm was finding it so useful. Growing to profitability Around 50 other developers have now contributed at least one line of code (just take a look at Sentry’s GitHub page) and the tool now supports a plethora of popular languages, including JavaScript, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby and Node.js.  And it’s definitely making money: its founders are more than happy with its 10 per cent monthly growth rate and have no plans to raise any external funding for the foreseeable future. The open source version gave way to…

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One-click platform for e-commerce Sellfy integrates Stripe and Paymill into its payment gateway

Intrepid e-commerce managers and e-commerce analysts with an ear to the ground for business success stories will be impressed by the modest but seemingly inexorable rise of the Latvian-based startup, Sellfy. The company is an e-commerce platform that lets digital content creators sell digital products straight to their fans or followers via a single link. Furthermore, it’s just announced an expansion to its options for payment. From now onwards, in addition to PayPal, it will permit Paymill credit card processing in Europe and Stripe in the U.S./Canada. Steady growth From its home in Vilnius, Sellfy is aiming to rival its U.S. equivalent, Gumroad. The signs show that this is no mere pipe dream; its customer base has trebled since June 2012 from 3,000 to 9,000 self-publishing sellers and it can now claim bragging rights over 16,000 products for sale. These include music files, photos, videos, eBooks – any type of digital file, in fact – which can then be shared on Twitter, Facebook or Sellfy’s own site via a single click on a short URL. According to the firm’s co-founder and CEO Maris Dagis, Sellfy targets the Long Tail of digital content creators’ products, and early signs are that eBook…

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Social Media Marketing? It’s Elementary According to Scott Monty

Scott Monty. Global digital and multimedia communications manager for one of the biggest companies in the world and Sherlock Holmes fanatic. He’s also partial to a spat or two in public. If there’s one person anyone in media jobs should be paying attention to it’s Scott Monty. He’s the guy in charge of social media marketing for Ford Motor Company and has been described by Ford CEO Alan Mulally as ‘a visionary’, while he’s also been referred to as ‘an unstoppable force of nature’ and ‘the best corporate social media lead on the planet’. Praise indeed. But as you will discover, Monty is not a humble man, and nor does he favour hiding his light under a bushel… Facebook Fun Towards the end of 2012, General Motors, Ford’s arch nemesis announced it would be pulling the plug on its $10 million Facebook ad budget. Rather than keeping quiet and maintaining a dignified silence, while beavering away and making headway as his fiercest rival slunk off the edge of the digital landscape, Monty seemed more than happy to stick the knife in. And give it a twist. He has nearly 90,000 followers on Twitter, and they all read this: “It’s all…

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LockerDome: turbocharged fan pages for turbocharged sports pros

Social media managers and content managers inclined toward novelty and innovation might do well to take heed of the LockerDome story – the explosively growing social media website specializing in professional sports for professional athletes. For professional athletes, the startup’s 30-year old CEO and co-founder, Gabe Lozana, explains that a LockerDome network is “like a Facebook fan page on steroids.” And with eight million monthly unique visitors dropping by over the last 13 months, he’s not exaggerating. LockerDome offers an online platform for professional athletes, sporting media celebrities and sports brands to amplify their social media presence. Since there are 1,475 of them, it’s clear that it’s become quite the hub for this goal. A game changing encounter Things weren’t always so dazzlingly successful, however. After its launch in 2008, the startup limped around for its first four years until a chance encounter turned into a game changer. Lozano had a conversation with his fellow St. Louis resident Jim McKelvey – the man who founded mobile payments firm Square. The meeting led to a rebirth and Lozana re-invented his brainchild as a sports site that would feature professional athletes. And boy did that re-think pay off. Executives predict that LockerDome…

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