Despite Samsung being the most popular smartphone maker and Android being the most popular operating system, developers still design for iOS first.
Visual content grabs attention, is processed faster by the brain, generates more engagement and influences emotions.
Users love to post images on social media, and desktop computers are still their primary device for sharing.
More money is being spent on both social and search advertising, but social beats search in some of the most important metrics.
Bitlinks may be short, but Bitly’s reach extends to nearly every country in the world.
Choosing between words might seem arbitrary at times — but they’re more important than you think for driving social media shares.
The rise of cord cutters can be closely linked to the proliferation of mobile devices.
Check out this handy guide to accessing social media in countries that censor the platforms.
E-commerce is growing at a rate of nearly 20 percent per year and is on course to overtake brick-and-mortar growth in the next five years.
Brands use social for storytelling 88 percent of the time.