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Facebook's Expanding Live Video Ads, Testing Ad Content in All Video Formats

Facebook has announced a new live-stream ad break option, which could make Live a more enticing option for creators. 

The Essential Guide to Using Messengers for Marketing [Video]

In a new video, social media expert Simon Kemp looks at how brands can use messaging apps in their marketing efforts. 

Are You Going to the Moscow Affiliate Conference?

When you earn you living on the Internet as an affiliate marketer, you can work from just about anywhere in the world, marketing to potential customers from just about anywhere in the world. You never have to leave your home if you don’t want to and you never have to interact with another human being… but that’s nowhere near the […]

"I love dreams. I know enough about them to know that dream logic is not story logic, and that you..."

“I love dreams. I know enough about them to know that dream logic is not story logic, and that you can rarely bring a dream back as a tale: it will have transformed from gold into leaves, from silk to cobwebs, on waking” - Neil Gaim...

RCS, Google’s answer to iMessage, expands to 27 more carriers and OEMs

While messaging apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, Snapchat and WeChat rake in ever more users, features and relationships with key brands, and Apple’s iMessage continues to play strong with iPhone users, Google today announced a big step...Show More Summary

New Report Shows Social Media Preferences and Habits Among Generations

Sprout Social has released a new report which looks at the key social media habits and trends among different age groups.

LinkedIn Membership Levels: Free vs Premium vs Sales Navigator

What's the difference between the various LinkedIn access levels? Contributor Melonie Dodaro provides an overview here.

Facebook Updates Profile Frames Page, Adds 200 National Flags

Facebook has added in a heap of new Profile Frames and updated their main Frames page.

Long-Tail Keywords: What They Are and Why You Need to Use Them [Infographic]

This new infographic from SalesForce provides an overview of long-tail queries, and how to use them in your content strategy.

Developing Your Inbound Marketing Strategy for 2017

Have you formulated your 2017 inbound marketing strategy? Here are some tips. 

5 Tips for Finding Profitable Keywords on Google

When blogging for profit, it’s all about making sure you have the right keywords in your content. However, when saying “the right”, you have to make sure they’re profitable for you, or it won’t be converting, getting a return on your investment. However, the changing search patterns within Google has made it very difficult to find the right “profitable” keywords […]

Preventing Frivolous Student Loan Spending

Spending student loan money on non-essential items is a great way to keep the yoke of debt tightly around your neck much longer than it needs to be. Learn more about frivolous student loan spending from this infographic!

Facebook’s new profile photo flags and Zuck’s idea of ‘community’

Mark Zuckerberg believes we should be “coming together not just as cities or nations, but also as a global community.” That’s why Facebook’s latest feature feels a bit confusing. Facebook has added nearly 200 flags to its Profile Frames feature, which lets you overlay imagery filters atop your profile photo. Facebook first launched profile frames for sports teams in… Read More

Best Buy Has A Lot To Retweet About

Gift cards were the biggest drivers of conversation on Twitter among consumers discussing giving and receiving presents this holiday season and nobody generates more likes and retweets than Best Buy.

Sriracha Introduces Seasoning Stix And The World Rejoices

Sriracha fans are pretty hardcore and the company caters to their need to have the delicious pepper sauce everywhere they go. From keychain bottles to sauce packets, you can always have your Sriracha fix. The company’s latest introduction is a complete game-changer. Sriracha Seasoning Stix are an innovative take on marinating and seasoning meats. These […]

Facebook tests ad breaks in all types of videos, giving creators a 55% cut

Facebook today announced it’s begun testing ad breaks that interrupt on-demand video with a small set of partners, who will earn a 55% ad revenue share while Facebook keeps 45%. That could change the way creators make video content so they tease viewers enough to sit through the ads, while luring more producers to Facebook. Show More Summary

Music Night At YouTube Space LA

On this episode of the Dot Com Life Vlog, I braved rush hour traffic to head to YouTube Space LA for their music night. YouTube Music Night is a monthly event put on by YouTube to celebrate their partnership with the music industry. This month’s featured lineup included Wyclef Jean, Farina, and Stix. Because Wyclef Jean is a pretty big […]

Twitter's Providing a New DM Personalization Tool for Brands

Twitter’s introducing a new customer service option, with custom profiles in DMs that will enable brands to better highlight who the user is interacting with.

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