Day Parting: Feature Updates In April, we announced the release of Day Parting- a new, powerful content scheduling feature. Day Parting allows you to have even more publishing flexibility and control. Create custom segments that set the pace and cadence of your...
Introducing Day Parting UPDATE (05/26/21): Read about the newest updates to Day Parting SocialFlow is excited to introduce Day Parting- a new, powerful content scheduling feature. Day Parting allows you to have even more publishing flexibility and control. Create...
Join us for an Audio only event with SocialFlow CEO Jim Anderson and Publishing Executive Consultant & CEO of Plan A, Andrew Essex. The Plight of the Publisher: Why’s It So Hard to Make Money? Thursday, April 15, 12:30 PM EDT Publishers have spent the last few...
We’re taking to Clubhouse (👋) to chat about Google’s plan to do away with cookies. This week, we are talking with Ad Industry Veteran + VC, Sarah Fay, and Media Analyst Jeff Minsky. We will tackle how digital advertising can be rebuilt to ensure brands...
We’re taking to Clubhouse (👋) to chat about Google’s plan to do away with cookies. Vince Errico, President of Digital at Trusted Media Brands will join SocialFlow CEO to unpack the many layers of Google’s digital advertising moves. Trusted Media Brands...
Read the LatestWe have updated information regarding this issue. Read on for a summary of the issues including updates we have made for better performance. Learn More Some clients are experiencing a Facebook scraping bug that is impacting the automatic population of...
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