It took three and a half years, but the moment has finally arrived. Advertisers both small and large can now run campaigns on Instagram, including 30-second videos. In addition, ads are also now available in more than 30 countries, including Spain, India and South Korea.
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Instagram says, “Square no more!” The news many Instagram users have been waiting for has finally arrived! In a blog post on Aug. 27, Instagram announced that it will now allow users to post photos and videos in landscape and portrait formats.
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Instagram has finally joined the likes of Facebook and Twitter, opening up their advertising API (application programming interface) to partners, enabling marketers to buy into Instagram ads and plan automated digital ad campaigns through the photo-based social network. This is good news for businesses that would benefit from the highly visual medium.
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Despite failing to attract enough new users to meet projected goals, Twitter’s revenue has experienced exponential growth over last year’s earnings with a 61% increase to $502.4 million with a projected (and hopeful) year-end goal of $540 million. The lack of engagement from users doesn’t seem to be inhibiting the ability to monetize their service, as Twitter’s ad revenue accounts for most of the company’s earnings.
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Remember when Google launched Google+ and everyone migrated to the best new social network? Me neither. Google is finally changing their strategy and giving up on Google+ as a social networking platform.
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Twitter users may have noticed a new background when logging on. The social platform recently removed personalized wallpapers from users’ home and notification timelines without a word, leaving users in the dark….or, the white.
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Over 70 million photos are shared each day by Instagram’s 300 million monthly active users. And, even though all these people are sharing all these great photos, there really isn’t an easy way to locate most of it.
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Collaboration feels good, doesn’t it? But it can also be good for business. Recently, TOMS® collaborated with Audi to create an Audi-inspired, limited-edition shoe to raise money for the One for One® giving program. These types of cooperative efforts work to create brilliant marketing on so many levels. While a partnership between major brands is something that happens often to produce unique results and takeaways for the consumer, it is also something that can be done on a smaller scale with your dealership and local brands.
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