Threads plans first updates: User interface complaints lead to changes that may make the new app appeal to Twitter power users.
On today's episode, we discuss the state of millennials' health, the most popular ways this generation engages with healthcare, and what digital health tools interest them the most. "In Other News," we talk about who's selling unapproved weight loss drugs, and how and why healthcare providers and Gen Z consumers are meeting on TikTok. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Rajiv Leventhal and Lisa Phillips.
We have upped our social user forecast since our last revision in December 2022. And next year, there will be nearly the same number of social users in the US as there are TV viewers, a historic audience shift. If there’s any medium that’s “dying,” it’s linear TV.
LinkedIn is the social platform most commonly used by B2B marketers and their clients worldwide, according to a LinkedIn survey conducted by Ipsos. YouTube takes second place, followed by Facebook and Instagram.
Threads turns one week old today, and the platform already has 100 million users, making it the fastest-growing platform ever. Instagram’s new venture looks just like Twitter but feels kind of like Facebook, and its first few days have been a wild west for marketers. Here’s what marketers should consider in their Threads strategy.
Will Threads run into the same problems as Twitter? Even before Musk, Twitter was struggling. But Meta has advantages that make Threads more stable.
Cosmetics and beauty make up a nearly $100 billion industry in the US, and next year more than one-fifth of those sales will come from ecommerce, according to our forecasts. In order to win over beauty shoppers, and Gen Z ones in particular, brands need to pay close attention to where their digital ad dollars go. Here are five charts to help you out.
On today's episode, we discuss the implications of the Federal Trade Commission thinking Amazon tricked customers into signing up for automatically renewing Prime subscriptions, whether it makes sense for companies to force livestream shopping on Americans, if speciality stores really work, the impact of Facebook and Instagram restricting news access in Canada, whether reduced inflation can save the day, what a real work-life balance looks like, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our vice president of content Suzy Davidkhanian, vice president of Briefings Stephanie Taglianetti, and analyst Evelyn Mitchell-Wolf.
There will be 3.86 billion monthly social network users this year, equal to almost half (48.3%) of the world’s population. Despite concerns about content moderation and data privacy that have plagued Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok—to name just a few—the social audience is still on the rise.
TikTok launches Creative Challenge: It’s a potential win-win for creators and brands seeking innovative advertising content.
Social platforms are already great vehicles for introducing consumers to products and brands they may want to purchase. Advertisers should lean into that strength and:
Generative AI takes spotlight at VidCon: As new tools debut, attendees express mixed opinions on AI's impact on content creation.
Reels revolution: Meta doubles down on short-form video to better compete with TikTok.
Every marketer wants to know: What do Gen Z consumers care about? How do they shop? What motivates them to make a purchase?
My AI is an advertising play. At a Wall Street Journal event during the 2023 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity on Tuesday, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said that insights gathered from conversations on My AI could help improve advertising on Snapchat.
Are social media AI chatbots just a gimmick? Moves from Snap and other platforms are revealing their potential as advertising tools.
As Facebook loses relevance with younger audiences, D2C ad budgets for CPG brands are diversifying into emerging channels.
Cannes conversations: AI, creators, Big Tech, and DE&I to take the spotlight at next week’s International Festival of Creativity.
On today's episode, we discuss real-world examples of how generative AI can humanize messaging, increase engagement, and turn customers into brand advocates. "In Other News," we talk about why LinkedIn is betting on trust and some promising use cases for generative AI in content marketing. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Kelsey Voss.
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