What was your favorite social media update of July 2016?
Instagram has a new feature called Stories, which lets its 500 million users create slideshows of images and videos that will vanish after 24 hours.
Sponsored posts are coming to Reddit. Marketers will soon be able to turn content that has been submitted organically by redditors into Promoted User Posts.
Facebook advertising revenue skyrocketed to $6.2 billion in Q2 2016. Daily and monthly active Facebook users, and revenue per user, also reached new highs.
Here’s a look at how Facebook is asserting its dominance in livestreaming, how other players are countering – and what this means for brands and marketers.
Twitter advertising revenue and ad engagement grew in Q2 of 2016, but the company also reported less overall advertiser demand than expected.
The popularity of Pokémon GO is unprecedented, and when properly thought out, a Pokémon GO-centered marketing strategy can yield exceptional results.
On Facebook Live you can now broadcast for up to four hours, hide reactions and comments in a video-only mode, view livestreams in full-screen, and more.
Anyone can now submit a form to have their account verified on Twitter.
A new Facebook mobile ad format lets you target people who have downloaded your app and are more likely to become loyal customers and make purchases.
Hootsuite announced that it has integrated Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Box, Google Drive, and other content sources into its publishing platform.
The best social media strategies do not only consider where the market is at but keep in mind where the market is going. Learn more in this guide.
Here’s what you can learn about running a successful contest on social media from Cheetos, which earned the most Facebook buzz last month.
Twitter has opened Gnip’s Audience API to provide more audience data to brands about users who see and engage with their tweets and visit their website.
Influencer marketing can be beneficial when done right. But failing to add a sponsorship disclosure can get you in big trouble, as Warner Bros. found out.
When are brands and businesses most responsive on Twitter? A new addition to Twitter profiles aims to make this clearer to users.
Snapchat has introduced a new feature called Memories, which lets users save, search for, and reuse their Snaps and Stories.
Numerous updates rolled out for advertisers across various social networks, and Snapchat outgrew Twitter in terms of daily active users. Learn about these updates and more in this month’s social roundup.
Here are five interesting insights for marketers from a new study that examines how consumers are engaging with Fortune 500 brands on Instagram.
Need help reaching your target audience on Facebook? This cheat sheet combines every Facebook advertising targeting option into one infographic.