This week, direct messages and emojis may be the future of your marketing communication. Also, Facebook gives more insight about who is sharing your videos; Snapchat is making its app easier to use; and Messenger Day and Facebook Stories combine in hopes that somebody starts using them.
This week, Twitter’s 280-character update throws everyone for a loop. Instagram looks to let users follow hashtags; and Adobe hopes to show you another part of your job that artificial intelligence can do better than you.
This week: Key takeaways from CMI’s latest B2B report; Pew Research sheds light on how we use social for news; plus new rollouts and updates from FB and IG.
This week, Facebook ads get dragged into the limelight. Also, Instagram lets you go live with friends; and more companies are creating in-house content.
Keeping pace with the perpetual influx of content marketing news and announcements is no small task, but you don’t have to do it alone. Check out the news you need to know from this week.
Finding time to keep up with the latest content marketing trends can be difficult, but there is good news—we’re here to help. Stay at the top of your game by taking a quick look at this week’s highlights.
Don’t let this week’s most important content marketing news and studies pass you by. Here’s a quick look at what you need to keep on your radar.
Time stands still for no one — and neither does content marketing. Check out your weekly wrap-up of what’s most important to keep on your radar.
Content marketing is always in constant flux. Get up to speed on the notable news of the past week.
What does The CMO Survey say about what the future of content marketing spend will look like? Why are ad agencies worried about iOS 11? And how will a new “snooze” feature on Facebook affect your social media marketing efforts?
What are the takeaways from Google’s latest worldwide Top 100? Is FB trying to siphon stories from IG? And are your marketing emails giving readers what they really want?