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Category: Social Media
Snapchat, a popular image and video sharing app, has become one of the most popular social platforms and marketing tools in the last few years.
We understand you’re busy; you can’t spend all your time sweeping the internet for information that’s constantly changing. That’s why we decided to create this helpful, always up-to-date infographic that has all of the 2017 social media image dimensions in one place!
A few months have passed since the launch of Instagram Stories, a way to share photos and videos without overwhelming your followers’ news feeds. How will it ultimately compete with Snapchat’s version of the Stories feature?
Vine became so much more than creators ever imagined. Why is it now being shut down, and is there any hope for the future of the app?
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat are the giants of today, but which early social media platforms blazed the trail?
With over 200 million active users (100 million active daily) and over 400 million “Snaps” sent every day, Snapchat not only has a fast growing audience, but an engaged one.
Users’ options for expressing themselves are expanding beyond the Like with the new Facebook Reactions feature. How can marketers take advantage?
A fresh 2016 update to one of our most popular infographics on surprising social media facts.
Once you’ve decided that social media advertising fits into your budget and strategy, it’s important to make sure that you adhere to each network’s policy.
If your company is looking for fresh, young talent, then you can likely make Snapchat work for you.
Regardless of your current social media strategy, there’s no questioning that monitoring conversations around your brand is essential.