New Study on How Brands Can Seize More Engagement on Instagram
On the #ContentRadar this week: Brands could be using Instagram more effectively. Also, unconventional emails drive greater engagement; Google’s “yellow ad” will cost it $10 million; and proof that engaging with your Twitter audience can pay off.
Time Spent on Social Media Is Plateauing: Here’s What the Data Says You Should Start Exploring Instead
While eMarketer’s latest report shows the winners and losers in terms of social media use, we look to data that point to other competing media on the rise.
Four Things for Marketers to Capitalize on During Record-Setting Holiday Shopping
On the #ContentRadar this week: Black Friday sprawl; YouTube “ad pods”; Instagram profile changes; and brands’ misleading use of influencers.
36 Updates Content Marketers Can Be Thankful for in 2018
So many great things have happened in 2018 that make it easier for content marketers to do their jobs. Don’t believe it? Let’s count the industry updates to be thankful for this year.
How the Ghosts of Content Marketing Past, Present, and Future Can Prepare You for the Holiday Season
If the holiday marketing season causes you to say “bah humbug,” perhaps there are a few lessons in store for you as well. We recap the primary content marketing lessons for holidays past, present and future.
Google Flexes Ad Muscles With More Updates for Content Marketers
On the #ContentRadar this week: Google changes ad rules; Facebook tests polls in videos; longer tweets lead to more civility; and an influencer is being sued for not influencing enough.
Boo! The 5 Scariest Updates to Pierce the Hearts of Content Marketers in 2018
Turn down the lights, turn up your favorite spooky music, and read on as we discuss the five scariest things to happen to content marketers in 2018.
What the Facebook Video Lawsuit Means for Your Marketing Efforts
On the #ContentRadar this week: Marketers are questioning video’s value on Facebook. Also, YouTube adjusts ad engagement reporting; Twitter calls out bad tweets; and you’re probably annoying your customers with too many emails.
Video Ad Spend Balloons by 30 Percent in 2018: Are You Keeping Up?
On the #ContentRadar this week: Video ad spend balloons. Also, Instagram tests tapping; half of U.S. adults use mobile coupons; and Facebook launches 3D photos in news feeds.
5 Things You Need to Know About Google+ Shutting Down (Surprised It Still Existed?)
On the #ContentRader this week: Google+ is finally gone for good. Also, Instagram copies Snapchat again; web and social use hasn’t grown in two years; and Burger King’s new ads show robots aren’t taking your job yet.
Google Discover — An Evolution in Search or an Intrusive Use of Data?
On the #ContentRadar this week: Content distribution may be evolving thanks to Google Discover. Also, email ROI is hard to prove; eye-tracking technology is becoming more accessible; and Facebook moderating may cause PTSD.
One Billion Reasons Why Marketers Should Pay Attention to Instagram’s Updates
On the #ContentRadar this week: Instagram has a billion reasons why you should pay attention to its updates. Also, brand loyalty is higher than expected; YouTube introduces “Channel Memberships”; and Snapchat makes shopping… well, a snap.
Google, Facebook, Instagram Offer New Ad Tools to Entice Marketers to Spend
On the #ContentRadar this week: Big ad spend updates from big platforms. Also, YouTube launches vertical ads; Pinterest is more popular than ever; and Twitter resurrects a major timeline feature.
Will ‘New’ Twitter Be the Same Old Story? (And Three Updates to Notice)
On the #ContentRadar this week: Are Twitter’s new tricks relevant for your brand? Also, Instagram will soon let you tag users in videos; LinkedIn updates its dynamic ads; and Google gives Chrome a present for its 10th birthday.
Snapchat, Facebook Headed in Opposite Directions — Where Should You Focus Your Efforts?
On the #ContentRadar this week: Snapchat is up; Facebook is down. Also, Instagram forces greater transparency; Facebook Watch is going global; and you probably aren’t persuasive enough to change anyone’s mind on social media.
Report: Lack of Transparency on Social Media Can Affect Your Bottom Line
On the #ContentRadar this week: Your lack of transparency is causing you to lose customers. Also, Facebook makes learning from groups easier; YouTube lets users track app usage; and Snickers’ banner ad gets the last laugh.