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Instagram Has Reached 700 Million Users!

Since its launch in 2010, Instagram has experienced a constant growth. It was no surprise that Facebook would buy out the app only a few years later. It has kept up its pace through its own innovation, and even by copying the success of other apps like Snapchat. Show More Summary

Instagram’s rapid attack on Snapchat, in one chart

Facebook has been trying to squash Snapchat for a long time. Remember (the other) Poke? Or Slingshot? Or that time it tried to buy the company outright? None of those really worked out. Over the past year, though, Mark Zuckerberg and...Show More Summary

Now for Some Afternoon Funk: Louis Cole, "Thinking (Short Song)"

BUY THIS SONG: FACEBOOK: IG: Patreon: his is a short song that will not be on my HUGE upcoming album I love you all

Crunch Report | Amazon Buys Souq

Amazon buys Souq, the “Amazon of the Middle East,” Apple acquires Workflow, Instagram blurs sensitive photos and adds two-factor authorization while Facebook rolls out mention alerts and reaction emoji and the latest list of Mac exploits from WikiLeaks. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

Retailers Can Now Make Instagram Posts Much More Shoppable

Instagram lovers, get ready for an uptick in shoppable retail posts to either "heart" (equivalent of a like, more or less, in Facebook parlance) or ignore. Or perhaps, you'll be inspired to click through and buy something. Since November, the Facebook-owned, imagery-based app has been testing more multidimensional, organic posts for retailers, letting 20 select...

Hootsuite buys Facebook ad manager AdEspresso

Hootsuite is aiming to expand its services that help users create and manage Facebook and Instagram ad campaigns.

Cartoonist John Cullen knows that Monday morning calls for a...

Cartoonist John Cullen knows that Monday morning calls for a piping hot cup of invigorating CAW-fee. nellucnhoj crow comics Tumblr — Twitter — FacebookInstagram — Buy my books — Support me on Patreon

More Ads to Appear on Instagram, Now on ‘Stories’ Feature

The free app, which Facebook owns, is offering another vehicle to advertisers, who since late 2015 have been buying space on its original photo feed.

Extra, Extra: World Is At 'Tipping Point' Over Arctic Climate Change

Because you can buy Trump's childhood home and then burn it down, check out today's end-of-day links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

Facebook’s Instagram Could Beat $3.5B Rev Estimate for ’17, Says SunTrust

SunTrust Robinson Humphrey’s Rodney Hull today reiterates a Buy rating on shares of Facebook, and a $142 price target, writing that the company’s disclosure last week that its Instagram service hit 600 million monthly users suggestsShow More Summary

People Can Now Buy Likes Instagram

In today’s world, people are surrounded with different interactive social networking sites such as Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, YouTube and etc. which have made the social media a vital aspect of their lives.Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger...Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: Vineyard Ownership Is Harder Than You Think

Snowden on Petraeus, Florida man tracked down in Staten Island, what you need to know to buy a vineyard and more day's end links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

#GrabYourWallet: #Ivankant Boycott Of Ivanka Trump’s Clothing Makes Less Than 25 Percent Of Women Say They’ll Buy Trump Brand

The hashtag #GrabYourWallet is gathering plenty of attention on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The #GrabYourWallet campaign came into full swing as some shoppers decided to show their lack of support for Ivanka Trump’s undying support for her dad, Donald Trump. Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: Trump Wonders Why Obama Hasn't Been Accused Of Sexual Assault

Puppies play on swing, anti-aging chemical, buy Winston Churchill's house, the worst bar in NYC, and more day's end links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

Thursday Night Jam: Louis Cole, "Weird Part of the Night"

YouTube (Possibly NSFW, depending on where you work.) WHOOOOOOOO buy this song: Facebook: Instagram: song written...Show More Summary

Pinterest For Marketing & SEO

9 months agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

The majority of Pinterest users use the platform to buy stuff. That alone makes it a valuable marketing channel worth pursuing. The fact that it hasn’t been saturated in the same manner as Facebook and Instagram makes it even more […] Post...Show More Summary

Instagram rolling out Snapchat-inspired ‘Stories’ feature with ephemeral sharing

9 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Facebook has been trying to recreate Snapchat’s success on its own ever since it tried and failed to buy the social app, and the latest feature it has developed for Instagram is no different. Instagram today unveiled Stories, a new photo and video sharing feature that borrows from the Snapchat-created feature right down to the name. Show More Summary

Instagram just declared war on Snapchat

Instagram Stories is an act of digital and business war.  That's the only way I can interpret Facebook’s apparent go-forward strategy for tackling Snapchat, a social media juggernaut Facebook once tried to buy. As of today, Facebook appears to be done pursuing Snapchat. Show More Summary

Saturday Afternoon Killer Bass: Knower, "Hanging On"

YouTube And now for something completely funky. BUY THIS SONG: Instagram: @Knower_Music FAcebook: LYRICZ: hah hanging on yeah just scraping whatever you make gets taken doing the...Show More Summary

You Can Still Buy Guns On Facebook -- Congressman Wants To Know Why

10 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey penned an open letter to Facebook executives Wednesday asking them to detail steps the company has made to reduce gun sales through the social media site and its popular Instagram photo sharing app. TheShow More Summary

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