Have you caught up on the newest season of House of Cards? No? Well what are you waiting for? Go watch it right now, it’s all on Netflix- and it’s great. All caught up? Good. For those who won’t bother watching- one of the most popular television shows out now, House of Cards, combines immediacy, amazing writing and actors, and big data to create a truly amazing television experience. Indeed, this perfect formula for a TV show is just that- … continue reading »
Who We Are Viralheat is a social management platform that empowers enterprise businesses to use the social web to listen and learn about customers in order to build meaningful, deep, and relevant business connections across multiple social networks. Developed to provide a comprehensive and unified set of social marketing and management capabilities, Viralheat is the only software platform an enterprise business needs to monitor, create, publish, or analyze its social activities.
Been living under a rock this week? If so, then you have missed plenty of buzz on social media; from updates on the Olympics, to new TV hosts, to huge waves being made in the tech industry. All of these topics have been discussed about, in-length, with dozens of articles being written across dozens of websites. But who has the time to keep up with all of it? Luckily, if you have been out of the loop for the last … continue reading »
The Sochi 2014 Olympic games are underway, and it is becoming one of the most compelling and talked about events this year. For good reason, at the moment, America, the Netherlands, Canada and Norway hold the top positions and tensions are rising with each new competition. The Internet is abuzz with talks of the goings on at Sochi. But, what is most interesting is the news off of the field, with many people shocked and amused by the haphazard planning … continue reading »
The majority of new businesses fail within the first two years – fact. There are a variety of reasons why this happens, but one of the biggest is the constant tug-o-war between cash flow and marketing. Marketing is notoriously expensive and when your business is a start-up, you might not have the funds to drive your marketing effort forward. Fortunately, there are marketing tactics that won’t get you into financial trouble. Here are some marketing efforts that wont break the … continue reading »
Conferences have come a long way in recent years – mobile phones are now an integral part of bringing a livelier experience to meetings. But the real wonder is the widespread use of conference apps for meetings, all because the world is going mobile faster than ever. In this agile digital era, a host of apps on smart phones and tablets allows attendees to expand their networking, meeting programs, and schedule updates to offer a better management of meetings. There … continue reading »
Now more than ever social media plays a role in our everyday lives. People are sharing, conversing, uploading photos, and more all through social media platforms that weren’t even available a decade ago. Knowing this, Viralheat decided to collect data about New Years leading up to the ball drop this year. What we found were popular words and phrases, sentiment for popular celebration words, and the top new years goals and resolutions for 2013.
Share stories from across the web with ease. In a recent blog post, we describe how Flint works and the benefits of using this tool to increase your engagement. Publish to your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn account using Flint for a chance to win in one of these three categories: – Best photo shared using Flint * – Funniest link shared using Flint * – First to reach 100 published posts using Flint *To enter, post photos and/or links to the … continue reading »
Trick or Tweet! Are you giving out the best Halloween candy this year? Viralheat crawled the social web to find out which candy satisfies the sweet tooth most. Find out which candies are talked about the most overall, the most positively, the most negatively, and how some favorites stack up against their rivals.
Last night the Silicon Valley Bank and Coverflow (a cover band made up of some of Silicon Valley’s musically talented techies) debuted an American Idol-style talent show, a new annual event celebrating the creativity in the tech community for a great cause. Affectionately called the “American Idol for the geek set,” the Silicon Valley Voice showcased the vocal and performance skills of seven handpicked contestants from around the tech industry. After the final performance, the judges (also fellow techies) chose … continue reading »