Across the board, links in creator bios are the most popular form of TikTok creator marketing. Duets and stitches, where creator content and brand content are joined in the same video, are also popular among mid-size businesses. This type of content, which is relatively inexpensive but requires original content in addition to creator content, ranks lower with small and large businesses.
Shipments of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) devices will increase more than sixfold worldwide over the next four years, from 14.3 million this year to 87.7 million in 2026.
TikTok sees an opportunity in local content: The video app is testing a new feed that displays algorithmically recommended videos made in your area.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Harley Block, co-founder and CEO of Gen Z consultant IF7, about its strategy to help brands like Abercrombie & Fitch reach the younger audience on TikTok.
Twitter employee departures accelerate as Musk drama wears on: Uncertainty over company direction and stalled growth initiatives could be a turnoff to advertisers as well.
Instagram is jealous of BeReal’s attention: But if it wants to copy the newer app’s core features, its own reputation and clutter will get in the way.
TikTok’s influencer marketing takeover is nothing short of astounding. In 2019, the app accounted for 2.3% of US spending on creator campaigns. This year, TikTok’s share will reach 15.5%, beating Facebook’s 14.8%. Instagram will remain on top with 44.7%.
The creator economy is thriving, with a market size of more than $100 billion. Here’s how two leading creators, including Amanda Hirsch of Not Skinny But Not Fat, are leveraging the power of community to drive success.
Tesla founder Elon Musk made headlines last week for once again proposing to buy a company he had no intention of purchasing—soccer club Manchester United. But while celebrity gossip-style speculation swirls around the richest man on earth, what’s going on back at Tesla?
Brands working with influencers are focused on generating interactions and leads. More than 60% of US social media marketers partner with creators primarily to foster engagement, and roughly the same share do so to reach new audiences.
TikTok announced new Shopping Ads this week in an effort to streamline in-app ecommerce.
With millions of views on social media, celebrity endorsements, and even a scandal under its belt, Olaplex is primed for the spotlight.
TikTok’s growth could be stifled by ties to China: Intense demand and repeated scandals have the company twisted in a knot.
Content creators offer brands the opportunity to advertise in an inexpensive, targeted, and authentic way on social media. In order to focus on authenticity, US social media marketers are most inclined to hire creators for educational content, testimonials, and product unboxings, which allow followers to learn and discover alongside their favorite influencers.
Even as it contracts, Snap looks to the future: The company is planning layoffs but has major long-term ambitions.
On today's episode, we discuss the most important figures from Meta's Q2 earnings, the biggest challenges for the company, and how much of a competitor TikTok really is. "In Other News," we talk about the new social media app BeReal, its impact on the space, and what changes we can expect to see as Gen Z takes over social media from millennials. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Debra Aho Williamson.
Twitter appeals to retailers: Its new Location Spotlight should help firms with physical locations communicate with customers.
What’s next for TikTok? The social video behemoth could be expanding into music streaming services to challenge Spotify and Apple Music. We look at other tech segments ripe for a TikTok takeover.
On today's episode, we discuss whether Instagram is starting to look a little too much like TikTok, why we're seeing more brands pop up in movies and TV shows, how to win young people's loyalty, what comes after the iPhone, the potential of NFL+, an unpopular opinion about vinyl versus digital audio, some interesting population facts, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our director of reports editing Rahul Chadha and analysts Blake Droesch and Paul Verna.
Meta executives flee to the UK for a number of reasons: Remote work, regulatory concerns, and the threat of TikTok all fit into the equation.
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