The Biggest Game of the Year Deserves the BIGGEST Tagboard Yet!

A crowd of 79,238 watched the University of Connecticut Huskies defeat the University of Kentucky Wildcats last night, setting an attendance record for the NCAA championship game. Saturday’s attendance for the semifinal games was slightly higher at 79,444. These games combined reached an attendance 158,682, the highest #FinalFour weekend attendance ever.

Tagboard was honored when presented with the opportunity to power the #FinalFour social conversation at AT&T Stadium, on screens that proved the saying “everything is bigger in Texas”.  Home to the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium has two colossal screens which ran 160 feet across and 72 feet tall; measurements that made them almost twice the size of the Final Four basketball court below.

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#TexasBig — Tagboard’s live social media feed on AT&T Stadium’s huge screens for the NCAA Final Four tournament.

These type of sporting events continue to prove one thing: passionate audience participation can come in all forms. We are proud to be able to help organizations and brands capture that passion through in-venue social media displays. If you’d like to find out how we can help your team or brand, contact us.

haftohn asked:
Tagboard. Can I link to a tagboard that only shows Instagram and Twitter?

Hi there, you can self select networks as a tagboard user to view content (see below screenshot). With our Pro or Enterprise plans you are able to network select which content those viewing your tagboard will see. 

Please contact sales@tagboard.com for additional information. 

#thanksforyourmessage

We support this message, and always will.

Our favorite verbal hashtags delivered flawlessly by Jimmy and Jonah include: #nocoffeenoworkie, #chandlergoogle? #hatersgonnahate. 

Social Media Week partners with Tagboard to showcase the social conversation

This week Tagboard is honored to power the global social conversation for Social Media Week, a worldwide event with local presence across five continents, including Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia. SMW chose Tagboard to ensure followers, attendees, and sponsors can see and participate in “all things social at #SMW14”. The conversation, including posts from multiple source networks (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.), is on display in real-time on visualizations on projected screens at each local event.

Notably, over 725 unique event hashtags are being aggregated via the Tagboard platform, hosted in classrooms, conference rooms, online, and through the Social Media Week mobile app.

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Social Media Week is unlike any other social media conference in the world. It is the largest collection of thought leaders and social media professionals of its kind. We are very proud to have been chosen as their Global Technology Partner and we look forward to seeing the Tagboard platform empower this hyper-connected community," our CEO Josh Decker (who will be holding two #Hashtag Masterclasses this week due to popular demand) said.

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Our team passes along a huge #highfive to the team and fellow sponsors of #SMW14, we look forward to what the rest of the week has in store.


binniek asked:
I'm having a heck of a time getting an avatar or cover to "stick" in my tagboard. I've done it once successfully and it seems quite random. My tagboard is Laurel School and my email is bkurtzner@laurelschool. I'm attempting to upload a cover for #XOXOLS4G. Sometimes I see it all teed up but it doesn't seem to save despite the "saved" notice that displays in green up top. Any ideas?

Hi Laurel, 

#happytohelp

Your images need to be in line with the requirements noted:

If you are still having issues please email me social(at)tagboard.com

- CH

kendomen asked:
Is there a way to get an rss feed for a page?

We do not provide an RSS feed at this time, but we do allow for embedding (below are a few examples for you). 

Boston Bruins, Intel, Hersheys, Seahawks

Please email social(at)tagboard.com for additional details. 

Tagboard v2.0 Has Arrived

This time last week, we took the final wrappings off of Tagboard v2.0 and released it into to the world. While the release of a new product version is an obvious reason for celebration, this was a particularly significant event for us for a few key reasons:

  • First, Tagboard v2.0 brings an abundance of new features that will improve your user experience and make your campaigns and events much more effective.
  • Second, our new technical architecture is far more flexible and scalable than before so we will spend less time paying-off technical debt and doing maintenance, and more time building new features and improvements for you.
  • Third, the new version is much faster and better than the old one, so overall performance should be noticeably improved. 

So, what’s new? Key features and details of Tagboard v2.0 include:

Features & Design

  • Beautiful new tagboard styling and design, including new avatars and cover images

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  • Multiple tagboards per hashtag are now possible (now, multiple different parties can manage the same hashtag, and/or multiples versions of the same tagboard can be managed by a single owner)
  • Tagboards can now include secondary hashtags (yes: multiple hashtags per tagboard) on Pro accounts 
  • New marketing pages  give you a complete explanation of what Tagboard is, and how to use us:

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  • Self-service paid account plans with automatic recurring payments allow you to build a tagboard and enter your payment information easily and quickly
  • Easy connect/disconnect social profiles
  • Optional public analytics for hashtag usage across networks

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  • New power-search box with autocomplete and hashtag/tagboard search
  • Turnkey curation/moderation from mobile devices

Under The Hood

  • Completely rewritten tagboard architecture
  • Optimizations to the tagboard API
  • New JavaScript-based post interactions
  • … and many other features that we didn’t list.

We want to give a big shout-out to our entire development and design team, who worked extremely hard to complete this release. We are overwhelmingly #ThankfulFor their tireless work and innovation over the past few months. Also, a thank you to you, our audience, for the important feedback we received from you this past week. We thrive on your feedback, so please keep it coming!

We hope you enjoy Tagboard v2.0 as much as we have enjoyed building it for you!

#becausehashtags

The Tagboard Team 

Coming Soon: Tagboard 2.0

When we first launched tagboard.com over a year ago our goal was to help build communities around similar interests. We chose to focus our efforts and center our strategy on the hashtag, partly because of its ubiquity and accessibility, but also because we saw its greater potential, and recognized an obvious lack of good hashtag tools.

Since then we’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the world’s largest brands, social movements, and event organizers, to create powerful, cross-network social experiences — all using the hashtag. We’ve learned a lot in the last year, and are ready to start putting some of those learnings into practice.

Today, we’re excited to announce a new version Tagboard is coming soon. Our team has been working around the clock building the next generation of the Tagboard experience and technology, and we can’t wait to show you. Actually, we’re not going to wait…

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Here is a sneak peek of some of Tagboard’s new features and design highlights:

  • Completely new architecture built on the very latest, highly scalable cloud-based technologies
  • Turnkey sign up and activation for tagboards
  • Redesign of tagboards; more dynamic design allowing for more customization and branding
  • Multiple hashtag support
  • Simple analytics
  • New options for embedded tagboards; limit number of posts, toggle
  • toolbar appearance, etc.
  • Faster mobile responsive design
  • And much more!

We’re putting the final and finishing touches on this release now, so look for it very soon. And, as always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please let us know. And don’t miss getting Tagboard news: follow @tagboard on Twitter for updates.

We look forward to forward to what the future has in store! #BecauseHashtags

sasktanya asked:
I am using tagboard to curate contest entries - and for some reason, one of the posts from 3 days ago isn't displaying in tagboard The tag is siastsyf The instagram user that posted the pic that isn't showing up in display is mcfarlane0025

Thanks for reaching out, and for using Tagboard.

Posts and profiles must be public for us to receive the content. Looks like this account is private.

Please let me know if you have additional questions.

Carina

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