At its best, social media is all about making connections and building communities that didn’t exist before. Today’s newsletter…
January’s 10 most important social media platform changes, feature releases, and updates that producers, editors and managers should know.
Working within a design/do framework, we hit the ground running and came out of the year with ten key insights from our work in the social TV space.
This month we tracked 14 product updates, new features and policy changes, including the launch of GIPHY Video, Pinterest Trends and a new Layout Mode for Instagram Stories.
Over the course of the year, we tracked over 300 changes, updates and new features across all your favorite social media networks and platforms. Of those updates, clear patterns have emerged.
As the decade (!) draws to a close, we’ve been diving deep into social media predictions. What follows are my 15 top picks — the predictions that I believe are most likely to come to fruition in 2020.
How big is Facebook, really? Can we sort the numbers from the hype on TikTok?
A big change comes to Twitter, tighter controls on YouTube content for kids, and the beginning of the end of…
Designing a social media campaign that connects with your audience can feel intimidating. Paid campaigns can eat up budget, and they don’t often generate direct donations. But they can grow your audience and get them to take action in ways that make the investment worthwhile.
A shorter list this month for sure, but be sure to read up about Facebook verification changes, changes to Facebook impressions, share-to-Snapchat buttons for websites and IGTV Series.