98% of retailers are on Facebook and 91% are on Twitter.
Creativity, data, measurement, and mobile are the social network's main pillars.
Almost 6% more marketers will run a video ad campaign on the social networking site, according to Mixpo.
Here's the social buzz around the slew of announcements at F8.
Panelists at Social Media Week provide a simple roadmap on how to use hashtags to bolster a brand.
The social media landscape continues to change for marketers—at a rapid pace. With no signs of slowing down, here's a brief breakdown of some of the biggest shifts on the social scene.
Why not try one or two this Saturday?
When used correctly, the hashtag allows marketers to reach, engage, and measure.
Nick Robinson, CMO of Quest Nutrition, discusses the health food brand's recipe for optimizing the marketing channel mix.
A countdown of the top ways NASA 360 uses social content to make its follower engagement skyrocket.
Four panelists share their tips at Facebook Fit New York.
How the athletic footwear retailer applied its email remarketing tactics to Facebook.
Within 24 hours the social media colossus announced its acquisition of Oculus Rift and rolled out its Lookalike Audiences ad initiative.
Mobile's mad global growth surprised even Facebook, the company's VP of marketing solutions tells ARF conference attendees.
Observations from around the Twitter-sphere. Follow us @dmnews.
The recent hype about messaging apps underscores the SMS marketing opportunities.
Facebook acquired the popular messaging app in what seems to be a play to recapture younger audiences.
The mineral water brand quenches consumers' thirst for self expression with its Valentine's Day campaign.
Zuckerberg predicts that 2014 will be the year of "new and engaging mobile experiences."
When it comes to engaging with brands, retail customers interact more with their Facebook pages than their websites.
Here's a taxonomy of what social analytics means, what types of objectives marketers should set, and what they should look for when selecting analytics tools.
The at-home soda maker turns to user-generated ads to help make its products part of consumers' everyday reality.
The social network admits to a drop in teen usage during earnings call.
The custom-made tailored apparel company uses custom audiences and lookalike modeling to get in front of the right people at the right time.
When it comes to social media retail referrals, Facebook is growing, Twitter is exploding, but Pinterest holds the most promise.
Facebook's VP of product marketing for ads discusses the maturation of the social network's targeting cabilities.
Cisco enables businesses to become friends with consumers data via Facebook check-ins.
Facebook is reportedly looking into video ads but is wary that it might alienate its user base.
The death of Facebook is greatly exaggerated.
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