Hey there Social Media Gurus! Here’s your roundup of social networking updates that are making headlines this week!
In the digital marketing realm, we love advertising on social media. It provides us with data and access to various markets, all for free. However many users worry that the abundance of ads on platforms like Facebook and Twitter invade their personal privacy. This is where a new social media platform, Ello, comes in.
Here’s a fun fact: Olive Garden went through a rebrand in July. To be perfectly honest, I did not know about their new look, logo and menus until their Never Ending Pasta Pass campaign. Get this: the Never Ending Pasta Passes are gift cards good for seven weeks worth of all-you-can-eat pasta, salad, breadsticks and soft drinks at the chain for only $100. Never mind, they sold out in 45 minutes on September 17th.
If you are reading this, you either use Instagram for business or for pleasure. This week’s social platform update is extra exciting because Instagram has unveiled something for the professional and personal Instagrammer.
Instagram has released an analytics…
Which artists have the longest-charting songs on the Hot 100? The Beatles? Michael Jackson? Mariah Carey?
For many people, no recent update has been more confusing than the changes to Google accounts and services, including the forced connection between Google services like YouTube and Google+. While the most publicized aspect of this change was the elimination of anonymous YouTube comments, the related effect was that in order to post a new comment on YouTube, users first had to join Google+.
After reading Snapchat: 5 Reasons Your Brand Might Love It, you may have found yourself wondering if Snapchat is right for your brand. In this follow-up we will discuss the 5 things to keep in mind before jumping on the Snap Wagon.