In this week’s Digital Week in Review: The App Store gets its 50 billionth download, Facebook gets its own app on Google Glass and tagged Instagram photos will now go onto your profile.
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Facebook is giving scholarships to women in technology, LinkedIn is the most popular site for finance professionals and Vine releases the top 100 videos since it’s debut.
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Facebook lets you enlist a “trusted contact” list, find out which kind of digital marketer you are, and YouTube is now clocking 6 billion hours of videos watched monthly. Continue reading
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Facebook is introducing VoIP calling for Android users through the Messenger app, Media Bistro unleashes the secrets to Twitter’s most clickable headlines and Amazon acquires Evi, a voice activated personal assistant technology.
In this Digital Week in Review: Support your Facebook friends by promoting their important posts, learn how and why someone gets that many Twitter followers and Kickstarter is now on your phone with its new mobile app.
In this Digital Week in Review, Facebook reports new statistics showing that most of its traffic is done through a mobile device, Blackberry hopes to make a comeback with the release of it’s new Blackberry Z10 and companies take to Twitter for Super Bowl advertising exposure.
In this week’s Digital Week in Review, Twitter adds a video component through Vine, Kickstarter implements more tags to better organize its website and a possible partnership between Facebook and Bing could be in the works. Continue reading
Let’s face it: Social media is constantly changing and it can be difficult to keep up. In an effort to save you time and keep you updated, we bring you some of this week’s most important social media updates.
It was just last week that the photo sharing application Instagram became available for
Android. Android users rejoiced, and iPhone users mourned the loss of their exclusive relationship, many enraged that their “Instagram Club” had been ruined. Twitter wars ensued and articles were written. However last week’s Instagram drama hardly seems significant after the bomb that dropped yesterday afternoon.
In case you haven’t heard:
Facebook bought Instagram for $1B. Yes, BILLION. Continue reading
Last week in Branding Your Facebook Page, we discussed an offline ad that encouraged users to go to their facebook page, however, it seem disconnected. Unfortunately, this seems to be the norm. We decided that it would be a good idea to point out a campaign that was doing it right. Join Michael Stearne and I as we discuss an offline ad for Top Chef, and how they did a good job of following through on their call to action.