The way we use social media yesterday is not the way we’ll use it tomorrow. But there’s plenty of value in looking back in the past. Examining social media usage over the years gives us hints on where it’s headed in the future. Edison
When it comes to the boom in digital video, the smoke isn’t clearing anytime soon. Ad revenue and brand investment continues to explode, with industry analysts forecasting continued growth the rest of 2018 and beyond. Despite some of the challenges they’ve faced, social media are
Social media use is prevalent here in the United States. But, how does it look elsewhere around the world? Recently, eMarketer took some time to examine global social network usage. They released their findings in a report titled “Global Social Media StatPack: Platforms, Users and
The digital conversation typically starts and ends with Millennials. After all, they’re dialed into technology more than any other generation in existence. But as the world continues to plug in, the rest of society is adapting as well. That includes Baby Boomers.
For brands, Facebook remains one of the preeminent sources for reaching potential customers.
Imagine peering through a lens and instantly being able to toggle, transform and overlay items within your immediate surroundings; in a nutshell, that’s what AR has to offer, and according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg—mass-consumer adoption may not be as far away as we think.
Funny cat videos? YouTube. Need to get that wine stain out of your button up? YouTube. Live news broadcasts and dozens of new original channel offerings? YouTube TV.
We’ve all experienced one time or another where we’re headed to carry out our civil-duties at the local grocery store, on what we believe to be an all business occasion.
Now that the New Years hangover has finally decided to show some mercy, you’re probably back in the office trying to revamp your business image.
Video and direct response. Kind of an oxymoron? Well, that is up for debate.