“Our automated systems analyze your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features.”
Twitter introduced the new ad formats to a group of visiting ad executives last week, demonstrating how Twitter cards can be used for contests and sweepstakes, and suggesting creative ways marketers can use the product.
Spotify’s cross-platform renovation features a slick user interface, modern design elements and a ‘My Music’ option.
“Although it may ‘just’ be an emoji, representation of all races and genders is an important part of working towards a more equal society.”
In an update to its social media sharing app, Buffer has added the feature that it says customers have been asking about: more specific timing when scheduling Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook posts.
LinkedIn’s front page, LinkedIn Today, has undergone an organizational makeover to make news links and slide shows easier to find. Announced today, LinkedIn’s ‘Channels’ allow members to browse, sort, and follow content by category.
Twitter will open its advertising platform to all users in the United States, the company announced today. Previously, the service was invitation-only while Twitter tested it out and made adjustments based on user feedback.
Data visualization builder infogr.am has relaunched its site to include a professional package that gives paid subscribers the freedom to use the infographics they make offline.
Today Facebook has revealed a new layout for business pages on its mobile application that will help users find businesses while they’re on the go.
Storify is expanding its VIP package to new businesses like a mullet in reverse. While publishers put their curated stories on the front page for their readers, other businesses can create private stories to take back to the office. Launched today, Storify Business includes a lot of the same features available in the VIP package that debuted last month, but this option comes at a fixed price.