Livefyre News & Articles
| Friday Feb 1, 2013
Interactive social platform provider Livefyre is attempting to make the Super Bowl a little more social with a new application called the Super Bowl NewsHub that will provide real-time interactive content to fans as they watch the game.
| Wednesday Dec 5, 2012
Start off Fall with a new gig -- we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).
| Tuesday Sep 11, 2012
Livefyre introduced a new engagement management system today called StreamHub, and it takes the company's interactive commenting system to a deeper level, with more features and control.
| Thursday Aug 2, 2012
Start off Summer with a new gig -- we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).
| Monday Jul 30, 2012
These days, commenters often want to include digital assets in their comments. LiveFyre gets that and has released the newest version of its comments platform, which it describes as “media-rich.”
| Wednesday Oct 19, 2011
After Facebook waded into the comments space, is there still room for others to grow? Looks like it, as Livefyre bags US$ 4.5 million in new funding and launches version 2.0 of its engagement-encouraging comments system.
| Wednesday Jan 26, 2011
Colleen Jones’ new book, Clout, could have been called “The Internet is Not Magic.” The book, which is actually about the art and science of influential web content, is straightforward and useful. Anyone wanting a book that tells them exactly what to write and how to market content to a target audience, should look elsewhere. Jones is very clear right from the beginning -- there is no magic bullet or one-size-fits-all solution. Instead, everyone from executives to designers to writers and small business owners are asked to do what’s right for them.
For some this may not be want you want to hear, but Jones assures you, it’s for your own good. And we agree.
| Wednesday Feb 3, 2010
In this week’s web publishing roll up, Tina Brown, former editor of Tatler, Vanity Fair and Talk, wants you to know that “American newspapers are dying mostly because they were so dull for so long a whole generation gave up on them” and not because the internet is killing them.