This week featured a lot of video offerings, in addition to Microsoft reintroducing Tay after her disastrous debut and Google giving AdWords its first makeover.
A lot of today's virtual reality is actually virtual virtual reality. The technology may take off, but like "the year of mobile," it will happen slowly and gradually.
Thailand's bombing tragedy led the week on Twitter, divorce lawyers were a central theme of the Ashley Madison leaks, and #WorldPhotographyDay gave the Twitter community much to celebrate in beautiful pictures.
Two rappers' Twitter beef prompted Tweets from burger brands, Jon Stewart's Daily Show departure brought nostalgia, and National Underwear Day mostly just made brands get weird.
To compete with Google and Facebook, Microsoft and AOL are training one another on their respective strengths: content and programmatic.
This week, Twitter set a new record and also celebrated #NationalDonutDay, #WorldEnvironmentDay and #NationalRunningDay.
This week, Twitter remembered our fallen soldiers on Memorial Day, got really into #NationalBurgerDay, and finished with #NationalBiscuitDay.
This TV-centric week, brands tweeted about the Red Nose Day charity event as well as The Late Show with David Letterman and Mad Men, both of which aired their final episodes.
One of the most powerful ways to connect with consumers is to market to them on their birthdays. Are you taking advantage of this?
Snapchat’s new text and video feature will enable brands to further engage with their audiences. It also opens up opportunities for ad targeting, experts say.