Smart retailers are already preparing their websites and online marketing campaigns for the holiday shopping season. If your company hasn’t started you may have a few weeks to get things in order before it’s too late.
The social network is lost ad dollars every second its platforms remain offline. Fortune and Snopes estimate that the world’s largest social network has already lost at least…
When apps used by billions of people worldwide blinked out, lives were disrupted, businesses were cut off from customers — and some Facebook employees were locked out of their offices.
Those power features will likely appeal to marketers looking for trends among consumers, journalists who need to keep an eye on breaking news, and analysts tracking conversations from around the world.
Twitter has launched a new ad Campaign “See what’s happening” because it feels that people still do not understand Twitter!
Typically the feature is reserved for celebrities, journalists, politicians, and the like, but the new system could extend the verification badge, and additional features to anyone that could be at high risk of impersonation.
Twitter is now letting developers add timelines to Websites with an update to its Publisher Website that lets them plug in a URL and get an customized feed.
Unlike some other apps which do little more than show you what’s happening with your apps while you’re away from the computer, Fabric for mobile is actionable and customizable.
People who have tested the algorithmic timeline have reported mixed feelings, with some saying they appreciate getting caught up more quickly, and others saying that the new timeline sometimes splits up conversations.
Both Twitter and Periscope show you what’s going on in the world, right now — whether that’s outside your window or across the globe. Since Periscope launched last year, people have created over 100 million live broadcasts.