Twitter is considering offering a paid version of Tweetdeck. The premium version would be geared toward marketers, brands, and other power users.
A new study finds that brands use Facebook native videos 3x more often than YouTube videos. Facebook native videos also get much higher engagement.
The YouTube Annotations Editor is being discontinued. As of May 2 you will no longer be able to add new annotations or edit existing annotations.
A new survey says an astonishing 46 percent of small businesses allocate 0 percent of their marketing budget to SEO and 54 percent don’t have an SEO budget.
New photo editing tools are now available in LinkedIn’s mobile app. You can now edit and apply filters to improve the look of your profile picture.
Here’s how you can reach and influence people who are seeking ideas, planning their travel, and searching for family-friendly vacation deals this year.
Pinterest is bringing visual search to its Chrome browser extension. The new feature lets you select objects in images to see related images from Pinterest.
Facebook’s tool to combat fake news is here. The social network is adding a red warning sign whenever users share disputed content.
Twitter has introduced some new features that will let you filter out more notifications and content you don’t want to see. Here’s what’s new.
Facebook’s algorithm is now rewarding posts that get more Reactions – whether it’s Love, Haha, Wow, Sad, or Angry – with greater News Feed visibility.
Here’s what happens to your SEO efforts when your IA sucks, some common SEO IA mistakes, and helpful tips on how to make your IA and SEO work together.
Tired of coming up with new content ideas? Just replicate your successes! Here’s how to repurpose your most successful content like a champion.
Planning for virality is nearly impossible, but there are five tactics you can use that will help your content go viral, as seen in these examples.
Unskippable 30-second video ads will fade to black for good on YouTube in 2018. YouTube has officially announced the end of this hated format.
Here are five interesting marketing trends from a new Snaplytics report, which analyzed 271,000 snaps comprising 24,000 stories from 500 brands.
Facebook is changing the way you watch videos on your smartphone. Most significantly: videos in the News Feed now automatically play with sound.
YouTube is launching mobile live streaming and a tool to earn money from those live streams – but only for creators with at least 10,000 subscribers.
Bing Ads blocked 130 million ads and banned 175,000 advertisers last year. That’s according to Bing Ads’ Ad Quality in Review 2016 report.
Snap, parent company of Snapchat, is going public. Here are six statistics from Snapchat’s IPO filing that marketers will find interesting.
Facebook’s image search system can detect and segment objects, scenes, animals, places, and clothes that appear in images or videos – and understand them.