Our thoughts: We will always support anything Instagram can do to make the internet a safer kinder place. (September 26, 2017)
Our thoughts: Our team has been on Twitter since the beginning, and as purists, we think this is a terrible idea. Twitter should stay short and concise.
Our thoughts: None of our clients use national TV advertising, but we can imagine that the companies that do will love this feature. More actionable data points are usually a good thing.
Our thoughts: Facebook is making some hard decisions about privacy and security, and we think their transparency thru the process is inspiring. Not only are they explaining their decisions but elaborating on the process that ultimately leads to the decisions they made.
Our thoughts: Everyone knew it was just a matter of time before Instagram launched live filters. The filters are fun and will drive more people to adopt Instagram live, a huge focus on Instagram right now.
Our thoughts: Facebook is doing everything in its power to give lawmakers the ability to do their job correctly.
Our thoughts: Facebook was embarrassed when ProPublica wrote an article about how easy it was to target “Jew Haters” when people use anti-Semitic themes on their Facebook profiles. All self-reporting targeting fields have now been removed until a better solution has found.
Our thoughts: The fast-loading Facebook ad format Canvas was destined to appear on the mobile first platform eventually. Finally, that time has come. If you aren’t using it yet, what are you waiting for?
Google Data Studio: quicker and broader access to data (Sept 6, 2017)
Introducing the LinkedIn Audience Network (Sept 6, 2017)
Building for People, and Now Businesses (Sept 5, 2017)
An Update to the WordPress Plugin for Instant Articles (Sept 5, 2017)
YouTube Live: faster, easier and more accessible (Sept 5, 2017)