When you follow sports at SofaScore, you watch the broadcast with one eye and the computer with the other, planning what to publish. But the whole story is very different from someone “paying you to watch matches”, they joke at SofaScore, Croatia’s biggest live sports results platform.
Anyone who has been to Netokracija's events knows that we love live-tweeting and that we like to display on a wall or a screen all tweets related to a specific hashtag. Our choice for this has always been the Croatian project Wall of Tweets, which was also chosen by many organisers of global events, including World Economic Forum in Davos or Smashing Conference. Recently, the company behind this product, UX Passion, introduced a new, improved and long-perfected version – Wallery.
It had to come to the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential elections to cause an uproar due to a flood of fake news on this social network and for Mark Zuckerberg to realize the seriousness of the problem, giving him a chance to announce a fierce fight against doubtful content. But the fight, at least in this form, is lost in advance, I'm sure. That is why I wrote a long text to convince you as well.
Second edition of RockPaperStartups is finally here! After opening credits from our very own Ivan Brezak Brkan and our dear sponsors, keynote speaker Mario Francesevic from SocialBrando shared a story on how his company got acquired by Socialbakers from Czech.
Right after your summer vacation, it’s time to get busy and grab the best of social media gatherings in Europe before winter. One of them is definitely Babel Camp in Brno, organized by the social media guru Adam Zbiejczuk, the founder of Babel Guide. For the 2nd time, we are about to experience the fresh, new and highly promising event which is not to be missed. If you are into marketing, social media, tech and innovation, this is the perfect place for you. On Saturday, September 6th, Brno is again the host town of interesting social media lectures and workshops, where you get to inhale all the latest trends, get some practical knowledge and mingle with some very interesting names.
Meet PufPufChat, a social platform that randomly pairs users into text or video conversations where you can share topics and points of view during your high state of mind. A variety of popular stories are discussed there, and you don’t even have to be a weed lover. You can just engage in interesting conversations with people who see things from a different angle of their brain, the one usually not visited while being sober, the unpredictable and creative one. On PufPufChat, you are not asked about your gender, name, country or age. Not to mention no one gives a damn about your skin colour, your religious or political views, your sexual orientation nor your looks. You can be anyone form anywhere in the world, all that matters is how high you are.
The latest news, announced yesterday during Babel Talk, the social media gatherings in Prague, informed that Socialbakers, the Czech analytics, statistic and metrics company, just bought Social Insider for the dizzying sum of around 1M dollars.
Recently, we've shown you the infographic which proved women rule social media. Today, we show you an interesting difference between men and women when it comes to using social media and mobile technology. Are men from (social) Mars, and women from (social) Venus? Find out in this infographic.
The most recent protest for the reduced Facebook organic reach has happened just a few days ago. Eat24, a food-ordering application has shut down its Facebook page, previously announced with a breakup letter and a heartbreaking post. Eat24 has decided to pay a certain respect to the mischievous and (as they claim) disrespectful Facebook algorithm changes with a mocking statement.
Meet Social Good Stories, a Copenhagen based, non-profit organization, whose incredible project takes the lead when it comes to using social media for making the world a better place. One gift and one project at a time - this is the main issue of Social Good Stories. They focus on manufacturers, products and gifts that want to make a social change within their community. In order to spread stories, Social Good Stories are making an outreach via social media, currently using Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for promoting and sharing the good deeds, as well as the stories which consolidate the whole charity mission of the project.