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Market Like the Movies: A sneak peek of Jenn’s talk from SXSW V2V

Co-founder  Jenn Deering Davis’ session on Market Like the Movies (Without the Studio Budget), happened yesterday afternoon at SXSW’s new V2V conference, where she talked about how to market your startup using the social media strategies Hollywood has perfected to drum up excitement about TV and movies on social sites like Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook. Want to knowMore

Headed to SXSW V2V? So are we!

We’ll be in Las Vegas next week for SXSW’s new V2V conference and we’d love to meet up. Drop us a line, or catch us on Twitter to let us know your plans. Also, check out our founder Jenn Deering Davis’ session on Market Like the Movies (Without the Studio Budget), happening Monday, August 12 at 4:30 p.m. PT.More

SXSW preview: How Twitter is changing how we watch TV

One of our very own will be presenting at SXSW Interactive this year. Jenn Deering Davis, Union Metrics Co-Founder and Chief Community Officer, will be speaking about how Twitter has changed how we watch TV on Saturday, March 9 during the festival. We wanted to get a preview of her presentation, so we thought we’dMore

Join us at SXSWi!

Are you going to be at SXSWi this year? We’re going to be there and we’d love to see you! Email us if you’d like an invite to our happy hour. Also, let us know if you’re going to be on a panel, and come see one of our founders, Jenn Deering Davis, on hers: HowMore

Union Metrics SXSW 2013 panels

The team here at Union Metrics proposed a number of great panels for next year’s South By Southwest conference. They’re all listed below. If you think any of these would be interesting presentations at SXSW, please give us a vote! Getting started with social data at scale Featuring these speakers: Ken Little, Director of Engineering, TumblrMore

Exploring the Oscars with d3, Cassandra and the command line

This post is by Jerry Chen, our Lead Engineer.  Here at TweetReach we love data. But what we love more is making data understandable, useful and maybe even a little bit fun. When we saw all the amazing visualizations people have done with the d3.js library, we were inspired to do something with the millions ofMore