Infographic: Latest Twitter Study Sheds Light on Just How Well Video Is Doing
Based off of Twitter’s annual Online Video Playbook, this infographic shows what’s cleverly referred to as ‘The Bird’s Eye View of Video’ on Twitter. For example, 93% of the video views on Twitter are on mobile. Users who watch video want breaking news, information, and viral content the most, followed by entertainment and celebrity content. AdWeek The FTC Is Skeptical When Celebrities Are Paid to Like Your Product
The FTC is investigating a few big name brands for bending the rules that govern paid celebrity endorsements. Of course, rules regarding endorsements from celebrities aren’t news to marketers, but the onset of digital marketing did prompt new rules and regulations. The one thing that hasn’t changed? Disclosure. Entrepreneur Facebook Set to Launch ‘Facebook at Work’ Next Month
Facebook is launching ‘Facebook at Work’ — a private network for your business — in the next three to four weeks. This will allow inter-office communication in a known format for larger, or even smaller, organizations. The network exists separately from personal profiles so there’s not as much temptation to use personal Facebook during work time. Social Media Today Content Marketing Takes a Turn for the Better: New 2017 Research
MarketingProfs and Content Marketing Institute paired up to produce their B2B Content Marketing 2017: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends — North America, and the findings are fascinating. Most notably, marketers are more positive about their content marketing efforts than they were in the previous year. Read the full report, it’s full of great information. Content Marketing Institute Snapchat reveals its $130 Spectacles and rebrands as Snap Inc.
Snapchat revealed Spectacles, a $130 pair of sunglasses with a 115-degree lens camera. According to The Next Web, “content recorded using the glasses is automatically pushed to the Memories section of the Snapchat application in a new circular video format — which can be played full screen in any orientation — via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.” The Next Web Salesforce, Google, Microsoft, Verizon are all eyeing up a Twitter bid
TechCrunch reports: Twitter continues to inch its way to a sale process, and the latest developments come in the form of alleged bids from potential buyers … we have also independently heard that both Google and Salesforce are interested in buying the company. We have additionally heard that Microsoft and Verizon have also been knocking.” What, if anything, could this mean for Twitter marketing? TechCrunch Google (finally) launches cross-device retargeting
According to Marketing Land, Brad Bender, VP of display and video advertising at Google revealed breaking news about Google AdWords retargeting: “We’re introducing cross-device remarketing for Google Display Network and DoubleClick Bid Manager to help you reach the same user across devices, apps, and sites.” This means marketers can target the same users, across devices, for a more cohesive experience. MarketingLand Facebook Allowing Advertisers to Create Rules for Turning Off Ads, Email Alerts
According to recent information submitted to SocialTimes, “Facebook appears to have given advertisers the ability to establish rules to automatically turn off ad or send email alerts once certain criteria are met.” The report comes complete with screenshots for reference, we’ll have to keep an eye out for this developing story. SocialTimes What were your top online marketing news stories this week? I’ll be back next week with more online marketing news! Have something to share? Drop it in a comment or tweet to @Tiffani_Allen or @toprank.
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