Today’s Editor is…
Jim Tobin
Snap may be looking to move further into the hardware game, while Twitter continues to work on abuse. YouTube, meanwhile, will soon sell a TV subscription service. #SMCurrent
Snap explored selling a 360 camera
What comes after Spectacles for the “camera company”? Snap has explored 360 cameras as a future product, according to three…
Twitter adds more anti-abuse measures focused on banning accounts, silencing bullying
Making good on its promises to more seriously tackle abuse on its network, Twitter this morning announced several more updates to…
YouTube debuts TV subscription service, at $35 a month for 6 accounts
Every day people spend almost as much time watching YouTube as TV. And now they can watch TV on YouTube.…
How Facebook Messenger bots can now push out native, episodic content
Octane AI’s Convos creates standalone messaging threads that can shared as links outside of Facebook Messenger. Please visit Marketing Land…
Video Is Now the Most Desirable Skill in Marketing
New research says video is now the most sought after skill in marketing, moving past design and writing.
Snapchat Ads: The Complete Guide for Business
With more than 150 million daily active users watching 10 billion videos per day, Snapchat has a highly engaged audience…
8 Reasons Your Instagram Followers Aren’t Buying
Are you investing time, money and resources into Instagram, and only getting a handful of Likes and followers in return? While…