A New York-based photographer offered prints for sale on Instagram and made $15,000 in just one day.
Emerging Social Networks
Big brands are trying to leverage the ephemeral messaging platform to reach younger audiences.
Like Snapchat, Sobrr encourages users to “live in the moment.”
Vine loop counts give marketers a concrete metric for measuring a video’s popularity and encourages viewers to contribute to the spread of great content.
Quora users’ complaints about the notification system seem to fall on deaf ears.
Voycee.me is a new network where user data is considered sacred and user history is deleted almost immediately.
The new feature enables Yik Yak users to access updates remotely and see what’s happening in select locations without actually being there.
Foursquare is unbundling check-ins and discovery in an effort to compete with Yelp and gain mainstream adoption.
After Facebook introduced a Snapchat-like makeover, Snapchat announced text and video messaging features. But Snapchat has the upper hand when it comes to innovation.
Pinterest doesn’t have to compete with Google because in many ways, the content is organized for a different purpose.