Brings Attention Resonance to Advertisers Across The Social Sphere
NEW YORK, Nov. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — SocialFlow, already one of the Pinterest select Marketing Developer Partners For Ads is now also certified as a Marketing Developer Partner For Content Publishing. A social media pioneer with both paid (advertisement) placement and organic (unpaid) content publishing certifications across all of the major social platforms, SocialFlow will power the conversations that matter on Pinterest by applying its Attention Resonance technology to instantaneously identify and activate both paid and organic Pinterest Pins that are most likely to resonate with specific targeted audiences. SocialFlow currently powers both organic and paid content across multiple social media platforms for major publishers including Time Inc, and Conde Nast as well as brands like Stuart Weitzman, Microsoft, and Birchbox, reaching 265 million unique users a month.
Jim Anderson, CEO of SocialFlow said, “Pinterest is a unique and valuable environment for users and a wonderful partner to us. We are excited to afford our customers even greater efficiency, insight and results by allowing them to intelligently manage their content on Pinterest in addition to our existing social media partners.”
SocialFlow will start offering organic content services on Pinterest effective immediately. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SocialFlow is the premier social marketing platform, enabling the world’s most powerful publishers and brands to drive superior results with their earned, owned and paid media strategies. Powered by predictive data analytics, the company offers a full suite of fully automated services in fifty-six languages that identify pre-trending, high-value content, expand its audience engagement and amplify its social media distribution. Founded in 2009, New York-based SocialFlow works with numerous well-respected publishers such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and the BBC as well as top brands including Microsoft, Stuart Weitzman and Birchbox. To learn more about SocialFlow, please visit us at http://www.socialflow.com.