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Chameleon Wanted at Likeable Media for Community Manager Position

For those with their fin­ger on the pulse of the social media com­mu­ni­ty, the per­fect posi­tion may be wait­ing for them at Like­able Media, vot­ed one of the best com­pa­nies to work for in New York City, by Crain’s New York Busi­ness. APPLY HERE Ranked 146 on the Inc. 500 Fastest Grow­ing Com­pa­nies list in 2013, this glob­al mar­ket­ing firm is search­ing for some­one with a chameleon-like per­son­al­i­ty to blend into their expand­ing orga­ni­za­tion. The posi­tion is for a com­mu­ni­ty man­ag­er, encom­pass­ing man­age­ment of client ini­tia­tives and a team of asso­ciate com­mu­ni­ty man­agers. For a per­son who is dri­ven, pas­sion­ate and inno­v­a­tive, this may be the oppor­tu­ni­ty they have been wait­ing for.  APPLY HERE A Chance To Rise With A Grow­ing Com­pa­ny Like­able Media is a strong com­pa­ny with over 200 clients They were fea­tured on the Inc. 500 Fastest Grow­ing Com­pa­nies list in 2013, rank­ing at 146. Their inno­v­a­tive approach such as their “Fizz It For­ward” cam­paign for SodaS­tream has con­tributed to this growth. This is a com­pa­ny that is mov­ing for­ward at a fast pace, look­ing for the right per­son to become part of their win­ning team. Social Media Mar­ket­ing Experts The posi­tion will require that appli­cants have…

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Social video journalism moves forward with new NowThisNews acquisition

Video jour­nal­ism has tak­en a sig­nif­i­cant step toward social and mobile plat­forms fol­low­ing the acqui­si­tion of Clip­ta­mat­ic by NowThis­News. Social media man­agers who haven’t yet heard of NowThis­News might like to lis­ten up: head­quar­tered in New York, the start­up isn’t yet two years old (its birth­day comes on the 1st Sep­tem­ber) but it’s been mak­ing sol­id progress in that time in rein­vent­ing dig­i­tal video jour­nal­ism for the social and media age. And it’s just acquired Clip­ta­mat­ic, a plat­form that sim­i­lar­ly helps top-qual­i­­ty con­tent own­ers dis­sem­i­nate video in real-time to social media. Sim­pli­fy­ing video dis­tri­b­u­tion Cliptamatic’s social feed can also be dropped into con­tent own­ers’ mobile apps and web­sites, enabling tal­ent such as ath­letes, actors and news anchors as well as fans to use those videos in their social activ­i­ties. The can­ny social media man­ag­er will quick­ly spot that this inter­sec­tion of social and mobile video close­ly resem­bles that of NowThis­News, whose pres­i­dent, Sean Mills, said: “We’ve always felt that the com­pa­ny that’s going to win in that space is going to have DNA that’s not just a con­tent com­pa­ny, and not just a tech com­pa­ny, but both.” Com­ment­ing on the acqui­si­tion of Clip­ta­mat­ic, he explained that its tech­nol­o­gy plat­form –…

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New York startup Convies enters the social space with its private video messaging app

Social media man­agers with their anten­nae tuned to the social grapevine will be aware that Vine has just expand­ed into pri­vate video mes­sag­ing; but it’s got a new and poten­tial­ly bet­ter com­peti­tor in the form of New York-based “Con­vies”, a video chat app which lets users share short video mes­sages pri­vate­ly with a few friends or on broad­er net­works like Twit­ter and Face­book. A tai­lor-made app The more skep­ti­cal social media manger may well be think­ing that, by launch­ing first, Vine’s new offer­ing has gained an advan­tage. But Con­vies founder Michael Loen­ngren seems unper­turbed: he makes the can­ny obser­va­tion that when estab­lished apps known for a par­tic­u­lar kind of expe­ri­ence (like Insta­gram for video and pho­tos and Vine for pub­lic videos) try to extend into new areas, they can fall flat. As he puts it: “Vine is a social appli­ca­tion that also intro­duced send­ing direct mes­sages,” he explains. “Con­vies is more of a chat appli­ca­tion – like a What­sApp or Line-like appli­ca­tion – that’s com­plete­ly tai­lored for the native video expe­ri­ence.” Loen­ngren was approached by Lerer Ven­tures dur­ing his role at an invest­ment bank in Japan. They’d caught wind of a side project he was devel­op­ing – a mobile video…

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$24 million in the bank — NY social marketing startup Percolate sets its sights on international expansion

Com­mu­ni­ty man­agers and social media man­agers famil­iar with these pages will recall that we last report­ed on New York social mar­ket­ing start­up Per­co­late last Decem­ber, short­ly after it had suc­cess­ful­ly raised a tidy $9 mil­lion in Series A. This week, it announced that it’s raised an addi­tion­al $24 mil­lion in a Series B round led by Sequoia Cap­i­tal. Maybe co-founder James Gross’ goal to make Per­co­late “the sys­tem of record” for brands is already hap­pen­ing: invest­ment like that means a lot of con­fi­dence has been inspired. New era social mar­ket­ing tech Per­co­late isn’t a mere social media man­age­ment sys­tem; it doesn’t just let brands lis­ten to what’s going down on social media. It helps them root out, cre­ate and dis­trib­ute live­ly con­tent as well. With Percolate’s tech­nol­o­gy, brands can cre­ate a cal­en­dar that lets them share poten­tial top­ics on spe­cif­ic days, find and look at con­tent relat­ed to the com­pa­ny name or prod­uct theme even when that con­tent is user-gen­er­at­ed or pub­lished else­where, and col­lab­o­rate as a team to cre­ate con­tent. They can also see clear ana­lyt­ics show­ing what’s doing well and what needs more atten­tion. The staffing agency Aque­nt, for exam­ple, says that Per­co­late slashed the time need­ed to…

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Social promotion platform Headliner.fm morphs into CoPromote $1.8 million heavier

Social media man­agers will be aware that some peo­ple have a tal­ent for pro­duc­ing con­tent that can influ­ence oth­ers on social net­works with ele­gance, humor and orig­i­nal­i­ty; and New York’s social exchange plat­form Headliner.fm has act­ed as an online hub for these tal­ent­ed influ­encers to pro­mote one another’s con­tent since its launch in 2009. But this week, it’s announced a name change and a size­able cash injec­tion. Not just for musi­cians Cour­tesy of a seed fund­ing round led by ff Ven­ture Cap­i­tal, Headliner.fm raised a hand­some $1.8 mil­lion this week and mor­phed into “CoPro­mote” (oth­er par­tic­i­pants includ­ed Alpha Prime Ven­tures, Cor­re­la­tion Ven­tures, Rubi­con Project pres­i­dent Greg Raif­man and The Social Inter­net Fund). The inquir­ing social media man­ag­er will want to know what prompt­ed the name change and the answer points to the startup’s suc­cess. Orig­i­nal­ly aimed at musi­cians (hence the “fm” bit), its com­mu­ni­ty expand­ed and diver­si­fied to include a whole raft of cre­ators and mar­keters, from blog­gers to online video pro­duc­ers, app devel­op­ers to char­i­ties and small busi­ness­es. Sud­den­ly, hav­ing a name with “fm” in it was start­ing to get a lit­tle mis­lead­ing because it’s cer­tain­ly no longer lim­it­ed to musi­cians. So “CoPro­mote” came to be instead. Small-bud­get cre­ators,…

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