The new site is a collaboration between founder of the Flatiron School (a coding academy) Avi Flombaum and artist Hannah Sawtell. Adjust its opacity and its z-index (whether it layers in front of another image or behind it) by clicking on the tool icon in the upper-right corner of the video.
Might be advantageous to marketers looking to make more of an impression with their vines.
Twitter users can now buy stuff through Amazon while never leaving Twitter using the U.S. hashtag #amazoncart. What do you think of the change? Will it inspire you to invest more in integrating your shopping cart services with Twitter?
Sometimes you have to cut ties with those in your online life.
“Don’t be polarizing in your posts — it’s very likely to lead to an “unlike.” Unless you are in the business of religion and politics, just stay away.” Sound advice for you social media marketers out there.
Social media was never free. Now that Facebook is making marketers pay to cut through the noise in users’ News Feeds, it has many social media “experts” up in arms. But bad content is still bad content. The change should make us all better marketers.
Facebook is still pretty cheap when compared to magazine ads and other traditional forms of advertising. I think it’s important to keep Facebook’s recent changes in perspective. What do you think?
Twitter’s redesigned profile pages are now available for everyone. To activate the new feature, sign on to Twitter and click the “Take a Look” button in the banner that should appear at the top of your screen. If it doesn’t, this link will take you to a page to get you squared away (and give […]
I’m especially excited about the pin your tweet to the top of the page feature. Do you like Twitter’s new look?