Announcing The NEW Personal Bundle Post Account – Only $20

Over the last several months, Bundle Post has accomplished a lot of amazing things. Launching our new 3.0 version of Bundle Post, surpassing 2 million pieces of content per month and amassing an even larger user base are just a few of them. All of these efforts have been directed toward a commitment of constant technological … Continue reading Announcing The NEW Personal Bundle Post Account – Only $20

Social Media Content Curation: Introducing Simplified Topical Feed Alerts

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

@BundlePost Adds Content Curation, Editing And More: Huge 2.5 Release

One of the things you learn to love (or dislike) about software is the fact that it is never done. There are always improvements, fixes and OUR favorite, upgrades. Here at Bundle Post we are currently 30 days into a 60 day development cycle that will inevitably start all over again with our next feature … Continue reading @BundlePost Adds Content Curation, Editing And More: Huge 2.5 Release

Google Alert Feeds Unexpectedly Killed Along With Google Reader

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

Social Media Content Curation, Aggregation, Scheduling and Marketing Goes 2.0

If there is one thing I have learned over my years of experience with internet, software and technology startups is that you cannot make a bad product get traction in the marketplace with a really awesome website and messaging. I have also learned that you cannot keep an exceptional product from growing virally, even if … Continue reading Social Media Content Curation, Aggregation, Scheduling and Marketing Goes 2.0

Social Media Purpose and Tactics – The Truth About Content and Engagement

Recently eMarketer released a new report that purported to cover Social Media Tactics and which work best. Though the report has a lot of valuable information, most is based on a highly misguided view of social media to begin with. In this post I am going to outline two of the points in the report and attempt … Continue reading Social Media Purpose and Tactics – The Truth About Content and Engagement

Multi-Select Content Options And Content Date Tagging Goes Live

As we finalize the next big Bundle Post Pro user feature this week, we decided to go ahead with another feature set enhancement release for all user levels. This new feature set delivers additional efficiencies to our overall social content management system, making content selection from feed channels faster and more accurate. There are two main features in this system … Continue reading Multi-Select Content Options And Content Date Tagging Goes Live

Pro Users Get Content Sorting Randomization

As the Bundle Post user base and community has continued to grow, we have been fortunate to get an incredible amount of feedback from our very loyal users. Being Pro users of our Social Media Content Management platform ourselves, we also have a huge list of must have's and wants that we require as the technology continues … Continue reading Pro Users Get Content Sorting Randomization

Google Reader Shutting Down Leaving Huge Curation Gap For Marketers

Yesterday Google announced on the official Google Reader Blog that on July 1, 2013, they will retire Google Reader. Originally announced on the official Google Blog that same day, the excuse given was that usage over the years had declined and that the company is focusing its efforts on other products. As I read and researched … Continue reading Google Reader Shutting Down Leaving Huge Curation Gap For Marketers

How To Use Your Legacy Social Media Content To Get Results

Assuming that you have a content strategy that delivers a consistent stream of relevant, valuable and interesting content to your target audience that is NOT about you or what you do through curation, you may need to take a closer look at YOUR content. Your legacy social content is an important additional component to your … Continue reading How To Use Your Legacy Social Media Content To Get Results