Users love to post images on social media, and desktop computers are still their primary device for sharing.
The DOTA 2 International was broadcast on ESPN3 — but confused ESPN’s audience of athletic sports fans.
While NUVI is still focused on social listening and analytics, the platform announced publishing for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
LinkedIn is purchasing business-to-business marketing platform Bizo for $175 million. Prince Harry says he hates Twitter. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
LinkedIn has announced its acquisition of Bizo for a combination of stock and cash.
Pinterest has created a new role for David Rubin, who comes to the social platform from Unilever.
While search and social account for 54 percent of traffic to retail sites, retailers post less than 2 percent of their products to social shopping sites.
Pinterest leads to spontaneous purchasing more than any other network, while nearly one in three Facebook users have purchased an item after liking, sharing or commenting on it.
Google’s growth is driven by the company’s core search business, product listing ads and YouTube.
From helping Google fine tune search results to inspiring user faith in services, social signals have become an important metric for marketers.