San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Discoverly, a leader in cross-platform social networking, today announced that it now layers Facebook and LinkedIn data on top of Twitter, letting users see their social connection to influencers without leaving Twitter. Backed by Salesforce and Yammer leadership, the company continues to stitch together social media to increase productivity.
"Twitter is phenomenal for sharing information but has little knowledge of relationships. You can find influencers but without a warm introduction they're hard to engage. We made it possible to see your Facebook & LinkedIn connections within Twitter," said Discoverly CEO Ted Summe.
For social media users with relationships across multiple platforms, it’s increasingly difficult to see the full potential of their network. No one place has a complete view. Today's relaunch of Discoverly's Chrome Extension offers users an aggregate view of their social data across Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn. With the upgrade, the tool now shows user tweets from within Facebook and LinkedIn. Reciprocally on Twitter profiles it shows mutual Facebook and LinkedIn connections.
The emerging market promises a rising need for cross-platform social networking, as the average social media user is now on 3 social networks and growing. With 84% of 18-29 year olds on Facebook, 37% on Instagram, 31% on Twitter, and 60% of LinkedIn's user under the age 35. Discoverly could become an essential tool for the young generation who grew up with social media and continues to enter the workforce.
Chrome users interested in trying the Discoverly extension can install it for free from http://discover.ly/chrome and the chrome store.
-- About Discoverly--
Discoverly builds tools to “put social to work.” The platform analyzes and bridges disparate social data to help users surface opportunities that weren’t visible before. Backed by Salesforce and Yammer leadership, Discoverly is redefining the social business category using actual social data. Learn more at http://www.discover.ly and http://blog.discover.ly