Twitter Moments has launched, delivering on a much wanted (and needed) functionality. Essentially, Moments aggregate tweets about a particular topic and allow you to follow that stream without actually following any of those accounts. You can also share that Moment in a tweet, or embed it on your website. That sound you hear was journalists rejoicing all over the world.
Facebook unveiled something new for content today. 360º video. There are three ways this could completely change content marketing.
Google seems to be trying to keep marketers on their toes as it contemplates changes to its algorithm. Since Google’s rise to popularity, businesses have obsessed over having a website that outranks their competitors using search engine optimization (SEO). It is easy to understand why they do this when a high ranking on Google’s search … Continued
Snapchat. The millennials love it, but does your audience? Should you have a presence on Snapchat? We’ve got 3 reasons you should think about implementing Snapchat into your marketing plan.