There are a few more weeks of March Madness - the Sweet 16 games start Thursday - but brands have already started their campaigns. Here are our favorites so far.
Originally launched for agencies, Twitter's Flight School opened up to all marketers last month. Here's ClickZ's take after attending the course.
Tim Perell, founder and CEO of Process, answers questions about the company's innovative brand storytelling strategy, as exemplified via the video content produced for Adidas and Audi.
With brands like Facebook, NASA, Dunkin' Brands, IKEA and Google speaking about such a broad range of topics, our San Francisco event promises to be a great one. Did you register yet?
Looking at 50 major brands in various industries, Victoria's Secret was the only one to score top marks across all eight social media platforms analyzed by Spredfast.
This week, Twitter cruised on the surface of Pluto, shopped on Amazon, celebrated the 2015 ESPY awards, and made a toast for Novak Djokovic’s big win at Wimbledon.
Spotify has partnered with dozens of media outlets, including NBC, ABC, and BBC, to publish and create original video content that will soon be available on the app.
With Discover, news sources such as CNN and ESPN will appear in users' Snapchat Stories. The ad-integrated feature lets brands reach the platform's fast-growing young user base.
This year's World Cup showed the confluence of the Internet and the real world and the impact that access and live action can have on people.
Brands not officially affiliated with the World Cup have generated 71 percent of the online shares so far, beating out sponsors such as Visa and McDonald's.