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Are You Jelly? A Look at a New Q&A Social Network

February 3, 2014 by Chad Egeland


Jelly is less a social network and more a question and answer platform that draws from your existing social connections. In a video from the Jelly blog, Biz describes Jelly as a search engine that uses the collective knowledge of your network to answer the questions you ask and not just return information like traditional search engines.[read more]

Why Jelly Is a Headache for Marketers

January 16, 2014 by Mike McGrail

Can you handle Jelly?

Is Jelly an opportunity for brands and marketers? In a word, yes, but at this stage, I don't recommend jumping on-board unless you have some serious time to spend on it. The thing is, you can't (currently) search within Jelly and there's no hashtag usage either, meaning that users can't zero in on questions that may be of interest to them.[read more]

Jelly: Can It Work for Businesses?

January 10, 2014 by Lauren Riley

Jelly for marketing

Jelly: I’m not talking about the wobbly dessert dish – I’m talking about the latest social network to get people really talking about it. Created by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, the app was launched on iOS and Android this week. It’s basically Yahoo Answers meets Google meets Instagram. Confused? I’ll let the experts explain.[read more]


Jelly: Search Using Your Peers? Will You Be Willing to Donate Your Free Time? [VIDEO]

January 9, 2014 by Laurent Francois

Biz Stone's Jelly.

It's now true: Biz Stone's Jelly has finally launched, and it promises to change "how we find answers because it uses pictures and people in our social networks. It turns out that getting answers from people is very different from retrieving information with algorithms. Also, it has the added benefit of being fun."[read more]

Biz Stone's Jelly: Let the Guessing Games Begin

April 3, 2013 by Brian Adams

What is Jelly?

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has a new startup in the works called Jelly. Exactly what Jelly is or will be was open to speculation. One person let on that Jelly would be a “native mobile” effort, and added that the mystery product will likely be aimed at smartphones and tablets.[read more]