Earlier this month we announced the integration of RebelMouse into the Follr Community platform and we have now added it to the Follr Pro product.

RebelMouse is a content platform for the social, mobile web. It is redefining publishing and content marketing by helping content travel farther, faster, and be shared more widely. Like Follr it enables marketers and media companies to create real-time digital experiences across multiple channels at once and mobilizes communities around topics, interests and causes that matter. Adding RebelMouse to Follr provides for a very powerful platform.

To add RebelMouse to your Follr Personal account simply log into Follr then click on ‘Social/Links’ in the menu:

Follr RebelMouse

To see an example click here.

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Deborah Gonzalez

Deborah Gonzalez

Managing Online Risk: Apps, Mobile, and Social Media Security“, authored by Deborah Gonzalez, is a definitive resource that provides an overview of the risk mitigation strategies, solutions and best practices to address liability and security concerns arising from corporate online and digital activity.

The book, based on content aggregation, seeks out and integrates the most recent and best information available. Chapter 3, “Reputation and Identity” includes an interview with Follr CEO Stephen Fells.

The book presents readers with tools and resources to better understand the security and reputational risks of online and digital activity, as well as information on how to mitigate those risks and minimize potential loss. The tools and resources include case studies; industry and expert profiles; lessons learned; overview of relevant laws, regulations, and professional guidelines by industry; sample policies, disclaimers and online community guidelines; and more.

In addition the book has a companion Website (www.mangingonlinerisk.com) that offers the latest updates and resources.

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The book contains ten chapters focusing on security and risk management concern in the digital and online environment. The chapters are:

Chapter 1: Risk Management Digital Style
Chapter 2: Internal and External Risks
Chapter 3: Reputation and Identity
Chapter 4: The New Workforce
Chapter 5: Big Data
Chapter 6: Approaches to Content
Chapter 7: Compliance
Chapter 8: Currency and Campaigns
Chapter 9: Digital Succession
Chapter 10: The Future of Online Security

To purchase the book visit Amazon.com.

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Follr Integrates RebelMouse

November 6, 2014

Tweet One of the most popular Follr features is “Social Wall” which aggregates individual and corporate social media. To see it in action visit a Follr Website: stephenfells.com and then click on either the ‘Full Screen’ or ‘Social Wall’ link: stephenfells.com/wall And we’ve made the feature even better for Follr Community users by allowing integration […]

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The New York Real Estate Journal Interview of Follr CEO Stephen Fells

November 4, 2014

Tweet Follr CEO Stephen Fells has been interviewed by the New York Real Estate Journal. The interview is now available via the NYREJ Website. To hear it click here.

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Follr CEO Stephen Fells To Be Interviewed By The New York Real Estate Journal

October 30, 2014

Tweet Follr CEO Stephen Fells will be interviewed by the New York Real Estate Journal on Tuesday November 4th. The interview will be available via the NYREJ Website and here on the Follr Blog. Check back on the 4th to listen!

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Types of Online Communities (and the importance of onions!) – From Our Friends at 4-Roads

October 7, 2014

Tweet Please enjoy this post from Gina Narramore, 4 Roads Social Media & Community Manager.  If taking steps towards becoming a social business is in your strategy, you are probably considering developing an online community. One of the first aspects to be considered, and arguably the most important, is what type of online community will you […]

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Social Media Manager vs. Online Community Manager: Same or Different? by Vanessa DiMauro

September 30, 2014

Tweet One recent morning I saw a post in one of my LinkedIN groups asking “what is the difference between a social media manager and an online community manager?” Easy, I thought, and offered a quick response on my mobile … “Social media managers bring the guests (clients, prospects) to the table and community managers […]

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What It Means To Be An Online Community Builder by Vanessa DiMauro, Leader Networks

September 26, 2014

Tweet For the past 15+ years, cocktail parties were tough.  When people would ask what I do for work, my response, “I build online communities for business,” would serve as a natural repellant to further conversation.  Confused or suspicious about this mysterious response, the martini-holding listener would likely divert the conversation elsewhere in short order,  […]

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