Now that the buzz and media frenzy about the demise of RadioShack and the analysis of why by Wall Street and other experts is beginning to subside, another consideration should be examined. What happens to brands that do not remain relevant, stop innovating and sit on their hind quarters? Well in short, they RadioShack... Are You Relevant? … Continue reading When Brands Fail To Remain Relevant, They RadioShack – Who’s Next?
We know what you're thinking... Why do you need yet ANOTHER browser plugin for your social media management, right? Well before you start thinking this is a "me too" social media curation extension for Chrome, think again. With the Bundlet, your content curation, scheduling and management for real-time discovered content, just got even more efficient! … Continue reading New Chrome Extension Advances Social Media Content Curation
Just as unexpectedly as Google turned off support for RSS Feeds of Alerts when they put an end to their Google Reader back in June, today it appears that they have turned them back on. The Bundle Post has already tested the RSS Feed Channel function and they are working within the system. So for … Continue reading Breaking News: Google Alerts Turns Back On RSS Support
Today we are releasing the first version of what we are calling Bundle Feeds. This new alert-like Feed Channel allows you to create new Feed Channels right inside of the Bundle Post system based on keywords or exact phrases, without needing to go out to Bing or other locations to create alert content topics. Our team … Continue reading Social Media Content Curation: Introducing Simplified Topical Feed Alerts
So you're a social media marketing agency and you are managing account for your clients, and you are wanting to take the results to the next level. You have set up the accounts, are regularly and frequently sharing valuable content in the various streams and are of course engaging and building relationships. Now you may … Continue reading The Most Important Thing A Social Media Agency Can Do For Clients
So we have all known for some time that the Google Reader was going away. Sometime back Google announced that they were going to be shutting down their RSS reader altogether, however they never mentioned any changes that would directly affect Google Alerts. Nothing was ever so much as alluded to that Alert Feeds (which … Continue reading Google Alert Feeds Unexpectedly Killed Along With Google Reader
If you have read my blog for any length of time, you know I am no Google or Google Plus fan. I have repeatedly discussed my views on what can only amount to a failure on Google's part to get in and actually dominate or at least become relevant in the mainstream social space. This opinion is … Continue reading Facebook Does More To Make Google Plus Viable Than Google Ever Could