Salorix Launches Amplfy 2.0 To Help Brands Find The Most Relevant Social Media Conversations

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Salorix has upgraded its social media engagement platform Amplfy with what the company says is improved artificial intelligence that help brands find the social media updates that are worth responding to.

One of Salorix’s big goals is to take customers beyond monitoring their own mentions and a specific set of keywords. Instead, it focuses on specific industries (such as automobiles or electronic goods) and uses AI to identify relevant conversations, to prioritize the comments that come fr...

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