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VideoGenie transforms into Storybox to track your customer’s stories 

By Lawrence Bonk on Oct 30, 2014

If there’s one thing that is absolutely true about the Internet, it’s that there are a whole lot of people on it. Pretty much everyone, actually. Within that massive subset, there are a whole lot of people using just about every product under the sun. Not only are they using them, they are tweeting about them, chatting about them and taking silly photos of them. In other words, they are having real impacts on people’s lives. The only downside? There is a whole lot of other noise going down on the net as well, and even the best Googler on the planet can miss a whole slew of brand-aligning customer interactions. That’s where Storybox comes in. Storybox, which used to be known as VideoGenie until a recent transformation, is essentially tracking software that keeps tabs on how real-life custom

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