Now Hiring: Lead Web Developer/Implementation Engineer

As a Developer/Implementation Engineer at ScribbleLive, you will help prospective and existing clients seamlessly integrate ScribbleLive into their existing websites using our API, white label, and embed solutions. The Developer/Implementation Engineer brings expertise in ScribbleLive products and services to prospective clients as they explore and evaluate ScribbleLive, assists Sales and Accou[…]

Now Hiring: Talent Management Leader

ScribbleLive is seeking a talent management leader to help build and refine our growing team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a high growth technology organization in the content marketing and engagement space. Qualification and Skills 5+ years in a talent management role at a software company Enjoys working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment Excellent written and verb[…]

Job Opening: Account Executive – Nashville or Atlanta

ScribbleLive is seeking an entrepreneurial, driven sales hunter to join a growing team of SaaS sales professionals. This is an exciting opportunity to join a high growth technology organization in the content marketing and engagement space. Why ScribbleLive? The leading content engagement platform globally Impressive client roster and use cases Massive untapped market opportunity Hi[…]

On organizing, measuring and optimizing your content

Long have ScribbleLive clients had the capability to categorize their content—but how many of you are utilizing the full power of this feature? In any piece of content, you have the ability to set a category. When used correctly (i.e. don’t treat your categories as tags!), they can provide structure to your content that can prove valuable—these categories can be used to not only organiz[…]

Job Opening: Account Executive – London or Berlin

ScribbleLive is seeking to grow our European sales team and is looking for a SaaS sales professionals located either in London, UK or in Berlin, Germany.  This is an exciting opportunity to join a high growth technology organisation in the content marketing and engagement space.  This role reports to the VP Media Sales Europe and will focus on the Corporate and Finance verticals across a numb[…]

How brands can benefit from audience participation, too

Last week we posted some findings from a research article that showed that media organizations who use ScribbleLive get more citizen engagement and longer page visits. We explained why it was important from a journalism point of view, but what about for your brand? Content marketing has become extremely important over the past couple of years, with 95% of CMOs saying that content marketing i[…]

Now hiring: Client Success Manager

ScribbleLive is seeking a seasoned client success manager to support and grow our portfolio of corporate brand and media accounts. Your focus will be driving product adoption and the illustrating value our platform and network. In this role you are an evangelist inspiring some of the world’s leading brands to embrace real time content marketing and communication. Based in Toronto or New York Cit[…]

ScribbleLive Spotlight: Festivals, Trials and Bicycles

Other than rhyming, bicycles, festivals and trials have one thing in common - amazing liveblogs! Today we have coverage of the British Summer Time music festival, the always-great Tour de France, and the trial of Clippers owner Donald Sterling. On the non-rhyming front, we also have great coverage of the UFC Dublin fight held on Saturday night, the Coral-Eclipse horse race in the UK and the tragic[…]

New research shows liveblogs increase user engagement

Liveblogs allow for a significant amount of citizen participation and engagement, according to Citizen Journalism in Real Time? Live Blogging and Crisis Events, a chapter in a new book by researchers at City University London. Using data from The Guardian, the BBC, ScribbleLive and past studies, Neil Thurman and James Rodgers found that “live blogs hosted on the ScribbleLive platform are incorpo[…]

ScribbleLive Spotlight: Rivers, Car Chases and the World Cup

This week we bring you a cornucopia of awesome ScribbleLive liveblogs—five out of eight which centre around the World Cup. It’s as if millions of people around the world have an interest in following the games. But the World Cup isn't the focus of all our great examples this week. We also have an awesome adventure down a American river, Quebec election coverage and the 20-year anniversary of […]