Monthly Archives:: April 2011

Gigya Co-hosting Local Social Tech Panel – The NEW Social Web: Trends and Opportunities – 4/27/11 in Palo Alto

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We’re excited to be leading a panel discussion on the different ways in which websites can become social, and the key benefits to users and site owners of incorporating social features into websites.  Experts from a tech companies including PayPal, Cellfire and Moxie will be joining us to discuss the available technologies and how they can be applied to make websites and web businesses social.

Come join us for a lively debate, schmoozing and of course, food and drink.

When: Wednesday April 27th; 6:30 – 9:00pm
Where: Bank Leumi Offices (by Four Seasons Hotel)
2000 University Ave, 1st Floor, East Palo Alto
Guest Admission: $15 (pay at; $20 at door
Free to members – join @

6:30 – 7:15: Networking, schmoozing and eating
7:15 – 7:30: Welcome, committee news and other group business
7:30 – 8:30: Presentation and Discussion with our featured guest(s)
8:30 – 9:30: Informal discussions and networking

Check out the full event page on Facebook

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Some highlights from Gigya’s latest product release cycle

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Today’s product release included many updates that are the result of customer requests and feedback, input we highly value. To that end, our client services team systematically captures customer feedback, synthesizes it, and channels it to our product development team.  We feel lucky to have clients who are so invested in measuring the effectiveness of our products, who generate great ideas, and who bring fresh perspective on how our products apply to a diverse set of industries.

Here are some of the release highlights:

Comments Plugin

  • Facebook comments are fully integrated. When comments syndicated from the Gigya Comments Plugin to Facebook receive further comments on Facebook, those additional comments are pulled into the Gigya Comments Plugin on the client site.
  • Admins can now set rules for how the system handles comments flagged as inappropriate, enabling automated moderation for multiple flag

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