A paid subscription service from YouTube appears to be just around the corner
Social media has come a long way from the days of Friendster and Myspace. With the introduction of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google Plus and so many other newer platforms, it has become as much a professional staple as a personal one.
The mobile ad spending pie is set to reach $100 billion next year, according to a report by eMarketer.
The Global mobile spend is more than a 400% increase from 2013, and it will likely double to nearly $200 billion between 2016 and 2019, accounting for more than a quarter of all media ad spending worldwide.
By the end of this year advertiser spend on mobile ads will have overtaken that of desktop, according to a new report, meaning that advertisers must have a cross channel strategy if they want to ensure their message gets through.
Google announced today that it will make photos from Google+ available within users’ Google Drive accounts. It’s a handy new feature for people who use Google+ to store their digital images.
One of the knocks against Facebook video as a marketing tool is that because of autoplay it’s difficult to measure how your message is being received by the audience.