This Smorgasbord covers Facebook taking aim at brick-and-mortar optimizations, Instagram trying to streamline its ad capabilities, Twitter continuing to fall behind, and Snapchat setting its sights on the prize.
Disappearing content on Snapchat and Instagram may be the next biggest digital marketing strategy for brands big and small. Could this tactic work for you?
Instagram launched their newest feature, Instagram Stories, earlier this week. So how is it different from Snapchat? Read on to find out how!
A new “Behavior and Emotions” study had some interesting tidbits on how users interact with Facebook & Instagram.
Pinterest is rolling out a number of new features and enhancing existing ones so Pinners and shoppers can discover more of what they love and make purchases directly on the platform.
This week, Snapchat follows in the footsteps of its social media counterparts with the announcement of an algorithm.
This week we have a few updates proving live video is here to stay, save, and search, on social.
Facebook’s latest mobile News Feed test could mean big changes for the way users interact with brands.
Facebook Messenger means business, Pinterest is going global, Twitter is playing some sweet tunes, and Periscope is drawing doodles.
In digital advertising, emotion can be conveyed not only through the use of compelling copy and creative but also with emojis.
Last week Instagram announced that they will be moving away from the chronological feed that we all know and love. Sigh.
Facebook is stepping up their ads game, integrating Messenger and counting Instagram video views.