Today SocialFlow, the premier social marketing optimization technology company, announced the company has been honored as a top 10 social media startup by CIO.com. Finishing at number one in the rankings, SocialFlow is recognized for systematically optimizing social publishing and advertising through their proprietary technology and predictive data analytics.
We’d like to share some good news! SocialFlow was chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the 2013 OnMedia Companies to Watch. Inclusion in the OnMedia Companies to Watch signifies leadership amongst its peers and game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets and entrenched players. SocialFlow was specially selected by the AlwaysOn editorial team …
“Brands and publishers face quite a challenge in capturing the attention of distracted consumers because it’s hard to pinpoint where to target a marketing message when people are constantly moving across different forms of media. But for New York-based SocialFlow, there’s opportunity in the chaos.” -Ryan Kim, GigaOm
“Pepsi Pulse will host a real-time top 10 pop culture ranking, and regular chances for consumers to connect with celebrities. Singer Nicki Minaj, for example, might urge fans to share pictures of their alter egos to create an online photo album, says Shiv Singh, global head of digital for PepsiCo Beverages.” -Mike Snider, USA Today
We’re proud to be a part of this PSA that was produced by New York Tech Meetup and NASDAQ OMX, “in support of the companies being conceived and coded in New York.” Check out the video below:
Today represents a big milestone in the history of SocialFlow. We’re delighted to announce that we’ve closed our Series A round of funding and that we’ve also finalized our partnership with Twitter. This enables us to do many things, but most importantly, it allows us to continue building great products that help our customers increase …
SocialFlow’s co-founder, Frank Speiser, was the feature interview on 2011 first edition of This Week in Startups. Check out the conversation Frank has with Jason Calacanis about SocialFlow, what we do and the work we’ve been doing with our customers.
The Wall Street Journal published an article last night about how media companies and news websites are driving audiences from social websites and services. (If you don’t have a subscription to the WSJ, search for “News Sites Study Social Media” on Google.)