At SocialFlow, we’ve spent the last decade helping you create value from your social content,
and we’re proud of the work we’ve done together—powering millions of social messages that garner billions of engagements and trillions in reach.

SocialFlow is now a Piano Company 🎉

Today, we’re thrilled to announce the next step of our journey: Piano, a company you’re probably familiar with, will announce this morning that it has acquired SocialFlow. By Joining forces with Piano, SocialFlow will be able to make your social efforts even more powerful—connecting your social media engagement with on-site behavior, helping you to know more about your readers and creating deeper, more actionable insights to grow your audience and revenues.

Piano has a deep history of supporting publishers across the globe and they’re committed to independent journalism and creating sustainable media businesses. I’m particularly excited by their capabilities around unifying customer data, analyzing behavior metrics, and creating personalized customer journeys.


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What this means for our customers
This will not impact your current SocialFlow service! While we have great ambitions to fold SocialFlow into the Piano family, nothing will immediately change about your day-to-day SocialFlow experience. Over time you will see us ramp up innovation, and bring capabilities to SocialFlow that you might never have thought were possible.

The Piano team is laser-focused on design and usability. They believe in building great tools, and we’re excited to see how this collaboration can make SocialFlow even easier to use.
Thanks for your support now and as we enter this new chapter.

We are excited about the possibilities of this collaboration, and thank you for your support in getting us to this stage. Please feel free to reach out to your account manager, or to if you have any questions.

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Piano CEO Trevor Kaufman talks with Adexchanger about the Acquisition and what it means for Publishers