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If you're an Atlanta-area social media or marketing professional worth your salt, we know where you'll be this Friday, August 26: the Social Media Masters produced by our brilliant friends at Social Media Club with Sensei Marketing. Why? 1. Depth: Most social media events are aimed at novices, but this is not a typical how-do-I-set-up-Twitter [...]
Regator is turning three years old, which, according to developmental milestones, means we should be able to sleep through the night (check!), feed ourselves with some spilling (check!), and make simple choices between two things (double check!). This year was all about making choices in Regatorland–though they weren't always simple. In our third year, we [...]
We have put together a quick introduction video to give you the basics of how the Regator Breaking News desktop app works and how to set it up. If you have any questions or suggestions, leave a comment on this post or contact us and we'll get right back to you.
The launch of Regator Breaking News has been a resounding success with a great initial group of users from many of the companies that were on our shortlist of prospective users. We couldn't be happier… okay, we could always be happier. Since we launched nearly two weeks ago, we've been very busy refining the technology [...]
Join Team Regator and some of the most creative, interesting people in Atlanta for the second annual Regator Decatur Pub Crawl! We'll start at Twains on Church Street at 5pm and will hang out there, playing some shuffleboard and having some drinks until around 7pm. From there, we'll head to some of Decatur's best pubs [...]
In the five days since we launched Regator Breaking News, we've been hard at work responding to feedback and making tweaks. We have made significant improvements in the technology that powers the service, which means more alerts without sacrificing the quality or timeliness. We have also removed the need to enter billing details up front [...]
We know that journalists and bloggers would rather spend their time researching, reporting, and writing than sifting through mountains of information. That’s why we created Regator Breaking News (http://regatorbreakingnews.com), a service...Show More Summary
Choosing just fifty blogs for our year-end best-of round up from among the thousands of brilliant blogs on Regator was like choosing which of these kittens is cutest. "That one! No…that one! What about that guy coming out of the dryer!? Aaaaaargh. Can we make a top 1000?!" But in the end, after much debate, [...]
Stan Schroeder of Mashable recently published a post based on research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. The post was originally titled: “Everyone Uses E-mail, But Hardly Anyone Blogs Anymore.” Then, perhaps realizing that...Show More Summary
After our first LessConf experience last year, we wrote "29 Reasons Regator Loves LessConf." And to tell the truth, I wondered whether Steven Bristol and Allan Branch could deliver something as useful, inspiring and downright awesome as the first Atlanta-based conference (it was held in Jacksonville before last year). I never expected that they'd blow [...]
We know it's poor form to not be blogging so much lately, but we're one million times busy, working on finishing our new product… You'll be hearing a lot from us very very soon with some updates on what's keeping us so bloody busy!
In some ways it feels like we've been going forever and in some ways it feels like we've just begun, but regardless of how it feels, Regator officially turns 2 years old this weekend! It has been a wild ride so far and quite franklyShow More Summary
Another quality web conference, Web Directions, is coming to Atlanta on September 21 thru 25! The organizers who happen to be Australian run these conferences all around the world. It should be well worth the time…We’ve got the hook up with a discount for friends of Regator (that’s you!). You’ll get $300 off the price [...]
We are beyond thrilled to announce that our friends from Mashable are paying another visit to Atlanta on September 30 to cohost the second annual Mashlanta shindig with Regator. Last year's event was incredible and this year's will be even better–with more room at the venue, more guests, more Mashable staffers, more party time, and more parking. Show More Summary
We recently wrote a post about BlogWorld and New Media Expo, coming up next month in Vegas, so we won’t rehash the details, but we do want to let you know that the prices are going up by 25% starting tomorrow (full-access pass goes from $895 to $1195 and weekend passes go from $395 to [...]
We're talking red carpets, free swag, four hours of full open bar (plus a special guest with a new local craft beer and some raspberry and bourbon magic from a local smoothie company), an awesome DJ ("Please play The Double Rainbow Song!"),...Show More Summary
If you came to last Thursday's Mashlanta 2.0 event, hosted by Regator and Mashable, we hope you had as much fun as we did. The Regator founders–Chris Turner, Scott Lockhart, and Kimberly Turner (me)–are always thrilled to host our friends from Mashable. Show More Summary
It's been a while since a post here, so I figure I'll give a quick update. In short, things are incredibly busy. It happens in startups that times come when you have to be heads down. Seriously down to business. That's where we're at right now. Show More Summary
Stan Schroeder of Mashable recently published a post based on research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. The post was originally titled: “Everyone Uses E-mail, But Hardly Anyone Blogs Anymore.” Then, perhaps realizing...Show More Summary
We had a great 2010 and we're looking forward to an even bigger 2011! We're going to be testing out a new concept in 2011… Puppet Blogging. You can meet our new puppet blogger, Bart, in this video. More soon! All the best to you and yours for a great 2011! Cheers!