Mass Relevance, a startup that brings calm to a crazy sea of social activity, is rolling out a new ‘Digital Mosaic’ product today at SXSW that essentially builds an image using tweets, Facebook updates, photos, and even Vine videos.
Social curation and photo-sharing site Lockerz has closed its San Diego office and laid off about 30 percent of staff at its Seattle headquarters.
48 percent of the most popular pins on Pinterest lead to expired pages on top retailers brands, according to a new study by Curalate, the social curation company.
According to an SEC filing, Linqia, a stealth startup that describes itself as a pay-for-performance network for advertisers, has pulled in its first round of funding.
Scoop.it, a tool that lets people gather and distribute content from around the Web based their interests and passions, is launching publicly today after a year in an invite-only beta. A robust algorithm helps you find relevant articles and videos, but the real appeal of Scoop.it is that anyone can be a magazine editor, curating and sharing attractive topic pages.
With its slick visual interface for bookmarking content, Pearltrees is unique enough that I’ve been both impressed and slightly skeptical that a mass audience will actually use it. But it looks like the site has found plenty of users.