Social media has continued to evolve with new features, applications and experiences on each major platform. As these major platforms overlap we will begin to watch some of the larger players erode faster than you can say MySpace. There just isn’t enough time in the day to invest in that many social media sites. So what will define success in the battle of the media platforms? Here’s a hint: it isn’t more content. Forbes provided 7 of the top trends that are shaping social media engagement–we added a few more. Continue reading “The Top Social Media Trends of 2016”
Snapchat built a company on posts that would be gone in the blink of an eye. The new Memories feature now allows users to save their favorite snaps. While this has shocked some in the industry, it’s a natural progression to engage an audience. Continue reading “Snapchat’s new Memories feature changes the game for marketers.” →
Google will kick off the new year with their Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project to bring speed and an overall better mobile experience when it comes to viewing news articles. Why wait 3 seconds for an article to load when you can wait 500 milliseconds? The question we have to ask ourselves: what does this mean for mobile advertising?