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Spread.us: TNW Labs relaunches its social mailing list for Twitter

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Back in February TNW Labs (part of The Next Web) announced Spread.us to help individuals and businesses spread news across their social networks. And today, Spread.us is being relaunched by TNW Labs with a slightly different focus. Spread.us is a new service that lets anyone share news and announcements using...
Spread.us: TNW Labs relaunches its social mailing list for Twitter
Seahawks Sunday: Must-follow Twitter accounts for today's playoff game against Atlanta

Watch as celebrities read their meanest @replies from Twitter [Video]

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Following Twitter’s sixth birthday, Jimmy Kimmel has decided to celebrate by calling on fellow celebrities to read the meanest messages they’ve ever received on Twitter. Believe it or not, some famous people actually do check up on their Twitter accounts, while other leave that job to their respective PR agencies....
Watch as celebrities read their meanest @replies from Twitter [Video]

Soho OS: Soup-to-Nuts Utility Platform for Small & Micro Businesses (1000 Invites)

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If you are a regular TechCrunch reader, describing a product as a SaaS hybrid of Quicken + Zoho + SalesForce, would paint a fairly clear picture in your mind of the product. And this is pretty much what Soho OS is. Thing is, the odds that their target user...
Soho OS: Soup-to-Nuts Utility Platform for Small & Micro Businesses (1000 Invites)

Supreme court rules web browsing does not infringe newspapers' copyright

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Dispute over copyright was between Meltwater, which alerts PR agencies to articles, and the Newspaper Licensing AgencyThe UK supreme court has ruled that readers who open articles via a website link are not breaking the law, overturning the high court's ruling that browsing was a breach of newspaper owners' copyright.But...
Supreme court rules web browsing does not infringe newspapers' copyright

TV takes on tech's roundabout with a triangle

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The UK’s TV industry is so envious of attention being grabbed by technology start-ups in east London’s “Silicon Roundabout”, it is carving out its own zone of the city. The so-called “TV Triangle” “counter-balances the much-vaunted and invested-in east of the city where the Silicon Roundabout and Tech City reside”, writes...
TV takes on tech's roundabout with a triangle

4 Reasons PR Agencies Are Failing in Social Media

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4 Reasons PR Agencies Are Failing in Social Media

How Entrepreneurs Can Make Better Use of Email

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Investors get lots of emails. Jason Mendelson of Foundry Group wrote just this morning on how he wishes email were slower so he wouldn't suffer from what he calls "Email Compulsive Disorder." That being said, there are ways to write better messages when communicating with investors (or anyone who receives...
How Entrepreneurs Can Make Better Use of Email

Storify Announces A Paid VIP Plan With Liveblogging And Collaboration Features, Partners With BBC

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Storify has become a useful tool of media organizations trying to capture newsworthy or entertaining social media conversations for their readers, with its ability to combine tweets, photos, and more into an embeddable conversation. Today the company is announcing a VIP plan with features designed specifically for “media organizations, publishers...
Storify Announces A Paid VIP Plan With Liveblogging And Collaboration Features, Partners With BBC

For Postling, Angel Investors Mail in Their Checks

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Postling, a New York-based startup co-founded by David Lifson (CEO), Chris Maguire (VP of Engineering) and Haim Schoppik (CTO) — all ex-Etsy folks — has raised $350,000 in seed funding from angel investors including Dave McClure, Chris Yeh, Gary Vaynerchuk and Thomas McInereny. The company has developed a web-based dashboard...
For Postling, Angel Investors Mail in Their Checks

Netvibes Makes It To Profitability By Appealing To Businesses

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Netvibes CEO Freddy Mini announced today that the startup founded five years ago has finally made it to profitability. The site has seen a lot of changes since then. It began as one of the original Web 2.0 personalized homepages, became a distributed widget platform, changed CEOs (when founder...
Netvibes Makes It To Profitability By Appealing To Businesses
Nasuni says it gives smartphones first class access to enterprise data

Fired! Cleartrip discharges Buzz PR after "three strikes" of spamming

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Travel booking website Cleartrip has announced that it has broken up with its public relations agency Buzz PR after the latter was found to have been spamming bloggers. Travel booking service Cleartrip  claims to maintain strict policy of not sending customers unwanted emails. This is central to the firing of Buzz PR,...
Fired! Cleartrip discharges Buzz PR after "three strikes" of spamming
Here we go again: 5 reasons hiring a good PR firm is smart business

Row over campaign for earlier launch of 4G mobile internet

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• Orange and T-mobile in 4G lobbying controversy• Jonathan Ross denies involvement in promotionBritain's largest mobile operator has set up a "not for profit" organisation which has been trying to recruit celebrities and entrepreneurs to back a change in regulation that rivals say would allow it to steal a march...
Row over campaign for earlier launch of 4G mobile internet

Twitter and $70B communications giant WPP announce 'global strategic partnership'

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Twitter and WPP announced a global strategic partnership this morning that will “greatly expand” collaboration between the two companies, and, WPP says, build its capacity for data-driven marketing. Financial terms of the agreement were not released, but are probably...
Twitter and $70B communications giant WPP announce 'global strategic partnership'

Lissted lets you follow Twitter media conversations on a specific topic through dynamic lists

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Lissted now lets you follow journalists’ Twitter conversations on a specific topic, its parent company RealWire announced today. To get you started, it will also create public lists anyone can subscribe to. As you may remember, Lissted’s web app is a very useful tool to find journos who cover a specific...
Lissted lets you follow Twitter media conversations on a specific topic through dynamic lists

Storify Aims For Marketers With its New 'Storify Business' Plan, Redesigns Free Version Too

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Last month, social media curation service Storify revealed its first paid plan, Storify VIP. It sounds like VIP is designed for large media organizations (the first announced customer was the BBC), but today, Storify is announcing that it created a more accessible, less journalism-focused option called Storify Business. “The new...
Storify Aims For Marketers With its New 'Storify Business' Plan, Redesigns Free Version Too

More evidence suggests the Samsung Galaxy S III will launch May 22

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Samsung has dropped the clearest hint yet that its Galaxy S III smartphone — the firm’s  response to the iPhone 4S — will launch next month, after a Korean website circulated what appears to be an invitation to a launch event in London. The admittedly small version of the flyer...
More evidence suggests the Samsung Galaxy S III will launch May 22

3 Reasons PR & Communications Need to Know SEO

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The PR industry is in a state of flux with increasing importance on getting into the content and social web business. Consumers are spending more time with digital and social media. Advertising dollars are following. That means less budget to staff newsrooms and reporters, journalists and editors to pitch. Understanding...
3 Reasons PR & Communications Need to Know SEO
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