Eli Pariser

Eli Pariser (born December 17, 1980) is the chief executive of Upworthy, a website for "meaningful" viral content. He is a left-wing political and internet activist, the board president of MoveOn.org and a co-founder of Avaaz.org.
Posts about Eli Pariser
    • CES 2017: Twitter, CTA, Conversable Team Up on CES Twitter Guide

      Attending CES can be an overwhelming experience, but the Consumer Technology Association, Twitter and Conversable teamed up on a solution to combat the confusion. Starting a direct message on Twitter with @CES will give users access to the new CES Twitter Guide, where they can access information on top hashtags, company booth and event locations, speaker schedules and answers ...

      David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Twitter- 16 readers -
  • Facing credibility gap, Upworthy poaches from The New York Times

    … awareness about minimum wage. Unilever, Skype and CoverGirl have also worked with Upworthy on campaigns. “These guys are doing things in a way that’s more click-baity than I wish it was, but I like that there’s an underlying purpose for something positive that they’re using the social vector to spread. The world needs something like that,” Kyle…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digiday- 9 readers -
  • 5 Books From 2014 That I’ve Read More Than Once

    …. I’ve never done that before. In Smartcuts, Shane analyzes the path to success for several successful people spanning across all different industries, from Jimmy Fallon and his shortcut to The Tonight Show, to Eli Pariser and Peter Koechley of Upworthy who grew their site to 30 million monthly visitors to become the fastest growing media company…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 24 readers -
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