Snapchat is reportedly working on a secret ‘special product’, speculated to be in the ecommerce sector, with Hearst Corporation, which publishes magazines such as Esquire and Cosmopolitan. read more ..
Business social network LinkedIn has listened to complaints about filling members’ inboxes with updates and announced that it will reduce the number of emails it sends by about 40 per cent.
Despite beating expectations (even their own!) for the second quarter results, Jack Dorsey, the interim CEO, has come out and said that he is "not satisfied" with the social network's user growth.
Deliveroo, a London meal delivery start-up has announced it has raised £45 million following a Series C funding round, led by Greenoaks Capital and Index Ventures.
Tweeters can now buy the singer's new perfume, ‘Katy Perry’s Mad Potion’, directly through her pop-up shop Twitter handle, @katyperrypopup.
The UK has spent £4.7bn on advertising during the first quarter of 2015, with Advertising Association figures suggesting that British spending will overtake the rest of Europe for this year and beyond.
"Have you ever wanted a way to easily remember all the places you’ve been - whether it’s a museum you visited during your last vacation or that fun bar you stumbled upon a few months ago?" asks Google in a recent blog post.
Taxi app Gett is rivalling Uber’s recent ice cream promotion by offering customers champagne on demand.
Oreo has launched a £2.1m ‘Wonderfilled’ campaign to promote its Golden Oreo and Peanut Butter Oreo biscuits.
How does user behaviour differ between the generations? This infographic from Acquity Group has some interesting statistics about the rise of digital media.
Facebook-owned Instagram will be raking in $2.81bn in worldwide mobile ad revenue by 2017, according to the latest eMarketer forecast.
Every week, we bring you a round-up of the hottest stories from the last seven days: Essential reading for the digital marketing world. This week we've got the latest stats on Facebook ad spend, a list of the 20 most innovative tech brands, a comparison between Prime Day and Black Friday, and yet another emoji campaign from Domino's.
Millennials may not be as mobile-savvy as we had previously thought. A recent YouGov poll revealed that 15% of Britain’s 18-34 year-olds who own a smartphone admit to having never used their smartphones for anything shopping related.
Microsoft has launched 'Send', a new email-based messaging app designed for speed with “no signatures, subject lines, or salutations required."
A new study by Cision, which analysed how journalists across six countries use social media, found that 57% of journalists believe social media has improved their productivity.