SocialFlow Increases Social Media Clicks By Up To 60% - At A Cost

SocialFlow Increases Social Media Clicks By Up To 60% - At A Cost

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SocialFlow, a service currently being used by the Economist, the New York Public Library, Pepsi and Human Rights Watch to manage social media campaigns, exited its beta and became publicly available Tuesday. In the beta stage, SocialFlow increased clicks per tweet between 40% and 60%, on average. But the service...
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