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  • Adaptly Execs Share Their 2017 Predictions

    … obvious marketing implications is the evolution of the car. As cars become more autonomous, it frees up so much time that will go into using walled gardens instead. If you have an hour commute and you’re no longer doing the driving yourself, you’ll start spending that time on Facebook. There will be more ad loading, more consumption, more data creation…

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  • What Marketers Should Know About Instagram’s Shoppable Photo Tags

    Instagram revealed a new feature earlier this month that many retail brands would love to jump into: taggable products, a new shopping experience inside the application. The taggable products feature allows users to tap the tags that are applied to photos. Apart from the usual tags, these will offer more details about the product.

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  • The Most Important Thing in Marketing Isn’t VR or AI

    … In recent weeks, Google and Facebook–both undeniable juggernauts in digital advertising–have gotten serious about the latest craze in technology. It has nothing to do with Pokemon Go or custom photo filters, nor does it rely on a new console or platform. During New York’s Advertising Week, both companies announced new offerings in the realm…

    AllFacebookin Google Facebook- 23 readers -
  • Why Stories Are a Losing Battle in Instagram’s War with Snapchat

    …? That could be a tougher sell. Bottom line With Stories, Instagram made it clear that it is trying to cut down Snapchat by imitating its features. However, because of Stories’ questionable advertising potential, Instagram’s shifting demographics and Instagram’s reputation as a curated platform, Instagram may find that it will have to get more creative to compete. Patrick Kirby is vice president of accounts and sales at video advertising company GlassView. …

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  • Instagram Update Will Take Advantage of iPhone 7 Plus Camera

    … At Apple‘s event in San Francisco Wednesday, Ian Spalter, head of design at Instagram, previewed an update coming to the photo- and video-sharing application later this year. With this update, when users activate the Instagram Stories camera on the new iPhone 7 Plus, they will see a zoom slider on the left side of the screen. The zoom feature…

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  • With Instagram’s Algorithm Change, Brands Must Double-Down

    …-specific content—which, in turn, drives engagement for Instagram–will be beneficial in the long run. Brands that align themselves with Instagram’s incentives will prosper. Use the platform’s tools to your advantage There are a number of tools on Instagram that brands can use to their advantage. Tags, hashtags, filters and locations all allow…

    AllTwitterin Facebook Twitter- 18 readers -
  • High-Risk, High-Reward: Snapchat’s Advertising Revolution

    … unveiled sponsored creation tools for brands to create ads with facial-recognition selfie lenses and geofilters. It is also offering the services of its creative partners to help brands build snap ads, including new formats like “expandable” snap ads. The Snapchat advertising revolution underscores that advertising is becoming content and brands…

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  • Line Launches egg Selfie App on iOS, Android

    … Line launched egg, its selfie application, on iOS and Android. The app is similar to MSQRD and Snapchat in that it lets users add filters and special effects to photos and videos that can be shared with friends. With egg, users can browse a variety of 3-D masks, which are applied to their faces in real-time. Some masks may include special…

    Inside Facebookin Facebook- 10 readers -
  • Instagram Follower Growth, Engagement Continue Trending Down (Study)

    … studied by Locowise averaged 2.43 posts per day. Default was the most-used photo filter. 90.81 percent of posts published during April were images. Images engaged 1.07 percent of followers, while videos engaged 0.81 percent. Comments represented just 1.75 percent of total engagement, but 18.56 percent of all comments were posted on videos. Readers: Did any of Locowise’s Instagram findings for April surprise you? …

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  • How to Find Brand-Boosting YouTube, Instagram Influencers

    … Virtually every company knows that it needs Facebook and Twitter to reach its customers. Across more than 2,000 businesses analyzed by Yes Lifecycle Marketing, 80 percent used Facebook and 82 percent were active on Twitter. But brands have overlooked two other invaluable social platforms: Instagram and YouTube. Among those same businesses…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter How To's YouTube- 17 readers -
  • Report: Which Casinos Are Most Popular on Instagram?

    … A new report released by Casino Room revealed the most popular casinos on Instagram and the peak times when casino-related posts are shared on the photo- and video-sharing application. The report analyzed Instagram posts related to casinos in four gambling hot spots: Las Vegas; Atlantic City, N.J.; Monte Carlo, Monaco; and Macau, China…

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  • Fount Photo-Sharing App Lets You Buy Items While Browsing Pictures

    … photo with filters and add hashtags and captions to their posts. When a photo contains an item someone can purchase, like a piece of clothing or furniture, users can tag the item by searching for the matching product (or a related product) within the app. Once users tag an image, its product(s) will appear alongside the image in users’ feeds. Users…

    Inside Facebook- 12 readers -
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