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Facebook ‘Watch’ and What It Means for the Future of Video Marketing

After months of anticipation, Facebook released ‘Watch’, their new home for original video content. Watch is replacing the Video tab and will act as a platform for both live and pre-recorded video content on Facebook. Watch joins a string of video hubs added to the social landscape (YouTube Red, Cabana, Live.ly, etc.), signaling an update […]

Virtual Rubbernecking: Why Live Content Works

Live content has recently exploded on social, but it’s hardly a new entertainment medium. From sports coverage to news reports, viewers have been attracted to live long before social platforms picked up on it. In a new series of blog posts (starting with this one), we’ll discuss how live content taps into our innate human […]

2017 Social Media Trend Report: Volume 2

We’re half way through 2017 and many of our social trend predictions from last year have started to materialize with expedited roadmaps towards mainstream augmented reality and options for in-feed shoppable content. New trends have also started to emerge like the importance of brand safety and the anticipated ‘attack’ on television. At this halfway point, […]

4 Immediate Marketer Take Aways From F8 2017

Yesterday, Facebook held Day 1 of their yearly F8 Developers Conference, where they announce new products and educate developers and publishers alike on how to best use Facebook’s tools. There were four innovative updates that rose to the top with direct implications for how marketers should use and plan for the platform— Updated Analytics, Messenger […]

The Quarterly Social Media Cheat Sheet: A Guide to the Latest Platform Updates

As predicted in our 2016 year-end review, 2017 is off to a sprint with new social platform updates that continue to mimic some of the most successful products on other platforms. Across the social landscape, this borrowing of ideas and products has blurred the lines between platform roles, causing marketers to now prioritize the roles […]