Over the past years, Facebook has been facing a strong competition from Snapchat, Twitter and Tumblr while struggling to find the ways to appeal to millennials. The “Friends” campaign is an attempt to appeal to younger demographics that are leaving the social media network.
#TheDress: The iRISEmedia Digital Marketing team did the tech-savvy thing and joined the debate. We asked our team members a simple question: “What colour is this dress?”. Here is what each of them had to say.
Is Social Media “the Ugliest Reflection of Mankind’? Iggy Azalea and Other Celebrities That Quit Social Media
After receiving shocking and unpleasant comments on her looks in a bikini, rapper Iggy Azalea has decided to quit Twitter.
Employee advocacy is the 2015 social media marketing trend which may help you achieve your brand goals and generate sales. So, how do you get your employees participate on social media?
On Sunday, February 1, sport fans will be watching the Super Bowl XLIX. While the game is a few days away, social media marketers and advertisers have already started the big game.
According to the report, Facebook revenue in 2014 increased by 58 percent compared to 2013 results and reached over 1.39 billion monthly active users – an increase of 34 percent years-over-year.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014: Facebook reported quarterly earnings and revenue results that beat market expectations. The world largest social media network now has over 1.35 billion monthly active users with one third of its users located in Asia, 22% and 15% from Europe and North America, respectively. The number of Facebook monthly active users has
According to the most recent research by Gigya, the world’s largest social media channel, Facebook, is by far the most popular identity provider in North America.
Matt Cutts Explains The Difference Between Popularity vs Authority In Google Search Results & Talks About Upcoming SEO Changes
"As Google continues to add social signals to the algorithm, how do you separate simple popularity from true authority?" Google's head of search spam Matt Cutts explaining the difference between popularity and authority in SEO search results.