Magazines

  • Flurry: Mobile App Usage Increased 11% in 2016

    … Flurry Analytics released a new report, which analyzed the time users spent in mobile applications in 2016. The data showed that overall app usage in 2016 grew by 11 percent when compared to 2015, and that time spent in apps grew by 69 percent. Messaging and social apps saw year-over-year session growth of 44 percent, while personalization…

    AllFacebook- 22 readers -
  • What Marketers Should Know About Instagram’s Shoppable Photo Tags

    …. It means that from now on, brands can start making real money using the app–something that Pinterest and Twitter already thought about a long time ago with Buyable Pins and the Buy Now button, respectively. And as we can see lately, Instagram wants a bigger slice from the mobile industry: more content creation tools and convenience, more users…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 33 readers -
  • Insta-Famous, or the Anxiety of Influence

    … and skin colors. They populate the feeds of today’s youth with a range of styles. Brands have noticed: H&M and Dove have featured transgender models. Kenneth Cole features Lauren Wasser, who has a prosthetic leg, and R.J. Mitte, Breaking Bad’s actor with cerebral palsy. Cover Girl just announced its first male model, 17-year-old YouTube phenom…

    Inside Facebookin Social YouTube- 19 readers -
  • More Mobile Users Getting News Via Social Networks (Report)

    … spending their time using social media sites and applications, and 54 percent of those who use social networks using them to find news. Social networks were the No. 2 news source, trailing only television and ahead of radio, newspapers, news apps and magazines. According to Nielsen, mobile news seekers dedicate almost 5 percent of their monthly mobile…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 24 readers -
  • Here Come Facebook’s Instant Articles

    … network sell the ads, adding, “We believe we can command a rate similar to what we get for an ad on our own site.” The Atlantic: The magazine plans to make most of its content available via Instant Articles, and president and chief operating officer Bob Cohn told CMO Today, “We’re excited for the next phase. At the outset, we’ll be putting most of our…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Blogging- 28 readers -
  • Facebook Tests Critics’ Reviews on Restaurant Pages

    … Everyone’s a critic, but reviews from actual critics will now be posted on the Facebook pages of select restaurants. Facebook confirmed the launch Tuesday of a test with Bon Appetit, Condé Nast Traveler, Eater, New York Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle, in which reviews from their critics will appear on the pages of “selected…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 14 readers -
  • What Were Australia’s Top Facebook Pages in 1Q 2015?

    … the first quarter of 2015, while the airlines, travel and tourism sector garnered the most total likes and news and magazines posted the most growth in likes. Social Pulse also broke out the top pages by industry: Airlines, travel, and tourism: Tourism Australia Alcohol (beer, wine, and cider): [yellow tail] Alcohol (spirits): Wild Turkey Australia…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 28 readers -
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