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Day: June 7, 2011

Mediafeedia Offers Content Management for Facebook

Mediafeedia announced an enterprise edition of its social content management software. The web-based Mediafeedia service connects to Facebook through its application programming interfaces and allows users to post directly to Facebook pages or schedule posts to be published later. Other social publishing products such as HootSuite support multiple social networks, but Mediafeedia wants to distinguish itself with its singular focus on Facebook. Many of the other social publishing tools were originally built around the features and limitations of Twitter and added Facebook support as an afterthought. In addition to publishing features, Mediafeedia offers Facebook monitoring services for large organizations. The Mediafeedia service will produce digest versions of those comment notifications for routine activity on a high-traffic pages and send special alerts based on keyword filters. So far, the main feature that distinguishes the enterprise edition is that posts are not labeled as posted via Mediafeedia (instead featuring the enterprise’s own branding). Free in its beta release, Mediafeedia is preparing to introduce a pro edition with additional page tab management features priced at $9 to $39 per month. The enterprise edition is priced at $199 to $3,000 a month, based on company size and page traffic volume.

Armedia Announces Acquisition of Wide Open Consulting

Armedia, LLC has acquired Atlanta-based Wide Open Consulting, an enterprise content management services firm with focus on Open Source technologies. Armedia, a technology firm that focuses on information and content management solutions, has offices in Atlanta; Huntsville, Alabama; and Vienna, Virginia. The acquisition of Wide Open Consulting strengthens Armedia’s reach in the enterprise content management space and broadens its depth of Open Source technology capabilities.

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