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New Feature: Post Directly from an RSS Feed

At Social News Desk we sometimes create new features that are so cool, we almost wish we were back working in a newsroom so we could use them. Well my nerds, this is one of those times. Introducing today, in beta, an RSS feed reader! Take any RSS feed from anywhere on the internet and … Continued

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SND new features: new analytics, video insights, link shortening, and more!

At Social News Desk, our clients guide our development roadmap; your great ideas become our great new features. It’s something we’re really proud of. And just last week, we unveiled a bunch of things we’ve been working on for you. If you missed the SND Launch Party Webinar, don’t worry…here’s a recap: SND Score Okay, this feature … Continued

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Pro Tips for Social-Data Wizards

Ready to take your social-data game to the next level? We’re here for you with a few “Pro Tips” for using the SND Analytics library to mint your guru status. Go beyond your DMA with Curation Streams The Top Ten and Multi-Page streams are not just for keeping an eye on your local competition. You can also keep an eye … Continued

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Generate holiday content with SND On Air

The November book is a fond memory – or distant, depending on how the numbers came back – and it seems like a quarter of the newsroom staff is out for the long awaited holidays. December is here, the staff is sluggy, and the news is slow. What can you do to generate a little … Continued

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Save time, avoid mistakes with this one simple publishing trick

You’re juggling a thousands things – we get it. It’s how news people are…the ultimate multi-taskers. But how do you keep up with quality control when you’re flying through your to-do list? Especially on busy news days like… ahem…next Tuesday!? Don’t despair, here’s how you can use the SND Dashboard to ensure social media publishing … Continued

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Covering #Matthew with SND: Diary of a social media maven

Editors Note: Rachel Page is a freelance journalist and Social Media aficionado with a knack for finding great stories to share with the world and her dog, Oscar. This is her account of the time she spent covering Hurricane #Matthew using the suite of tools available via Social News Desk: by: Rachel Page Thursday – 7:30 … Continued

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Using the SND Leaderboard to create more social content, encourage competition

Journalists are a competitive bunch. We like to be #1, first, the best – always. So what better way to motivate a newsroom staff than with some healthy competition? Since its debut last month, the SND Leaderboard has been helping newsrooms advance the social media conversation, create more content and up their game in some … Continued

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Generate user content for your debate coverage

The final presidential debate is coming up on October 19 at UNLV in Las Vegas. It’s the last (scheduled) major event in this political season before the election itself. How have you been covering the debates so far? What’s your plan for this final round? With Social News Desk, you can see what your audience … Continued

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Send election night results faster, everywhere, with fewer people

The second presidential debate of 2016 is in the books, for better or worse. Are you keeping up with the weirdest presidential election year yet? Are you prepared for the last debate and election night? It’s time to call in your reinforcements wherever you can find them; from other departments or from your friends at … Continued

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Complete #Matthew coverage with Social News Desk

As Hurricane Matthew rolls up the Atlantic coast, your audience is looking for timely updates on the storm. Right now, hundreds of newsrooms are relying on SND Dashboard to compile all those social media sources into a single screen filled with actionable, shareable storm content. Twitter Streams There are two main hashtags circulating for this event: #HurricaneMatthew and … Continued

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