CES ’15 Tuesday take for Brands, Agencies & Marketers
4 years ago 0 0

We are in the midst of CES ’15 and swamped with driverless smart cars, curved 4K TV’s, bendable phones, wearables, cameras and drones. According to CES, 20,000 new products will be announced during the conference and identifying those that matter to marketers will be no easy task. Below are 3 product categories in the news

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Top 3 Takeaways from Facebook’s News Feed Announcement
6 years ago 0 0

Here at Big Fuel, there’s nothing that generates quite as much excitement as a new Facebook announcement. So, at 1PM EST, we gathered with anticipation to learn more about the platform we love. And because we knew you may not have been able to tune in, we took a few notes. 1.) You Choose What

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Instagram Moves Beyond Mobile
6 years ago 0 0

@mycookingdiary’s Instagram profile Instagram took to their blog to announce that they will be rolling out a new feature that displays user profiles on the web. That’s right, IGers will now be able to view, share and engage with Instagram in a beautiful and interactive new way. A mix between Facebook and Pinterest profiles, the

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Facebook Announces a New Structure for Global Brands
6 years ago 0 0

Social media has indeed grown up. As marketers realize the return on their domestic social media investment, the desire to replicate the benefits worldwide has become a business imperative. However, social at scale continues to face many complex challenges. The brand that succeeds in building a global community is the brand that looks past the point of

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What Facebook’s Revenue Goals Mean to a Social Media Analyst
7 years ago 0 1

On Wednesday, Facebook filed it’s initial public offering for $5 billion dollars in initial funding. Working for a social media agency means being well-read on the latest social news, so I knew it was happen. I knew what it meant to Facebook’s business, to the ad industry, and to its users. The story itself didn’t

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#OBL and The Social Media Newsroom
8 years ago 0 1

The era of social media is making the “where were you when…” question obsolete and is now challenging it in a way members of older generations would not begin to fathom. While the query that will help shape the future of news dissemination could be considered an addendum to the “where were you when…” proposition,

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