Update: I’ve already modified my profile by removing most of the images. Once the last contest is over, I will be removing the rest of the images that don’t suit my brand. I’ve also made a large donation to a women’s empowerment organization. Over the last few months, I heard one name mentioned by my […]
Over the years, I’ve noticed that there are certain brands that have managed to stay on top of cool social media trends. I know how hard it is to keep up with all the changes. There’s a lot going on in that world. New features are constantly being added to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram … and once […]
Think about the last time you put together a booth for a trade show or conference. You probably made sure your signage was noticeable, brochures were printed far ahead of time, and you had enough people to staff your area during the entire conference. You checked off every item on your to-do list so you could […]
Selfies tagged with #NoFilter tend to get more likes than those that are not, so it makes sense that any Instagram user looking for a little boost in internet-fame would slap #NoFilter on their photos. But what if the picture just looks a lot better with Valencia or X-Pro II applied to it?
Having just hit 150 million active users, Instagram has become a marketing channel too significant to ignore. However, many B2B brands have remained hesitant to engage in a platform dominated by latte art and puppy pictures. At TrackMaven, we were vexed by this question of whether Instagram could be a
A few weeks ago, Facebook announced that video is now available on Instagram. We were pumped … and then quickly disappointed because we couldn’t do anything besides post videos to Instagram. No embedding options whatsoever, and hacking the video embed code was fairly complex and didn’t always work properly.
When new social media features are released, every news outlet and blog jumps on the story. (Hey, we do it, too.) Everyone’s thinking: what is this new feature, and how does it fit into my current content strategy?
Twitter beware. During today’s much-anticipated Facebook announcement, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom took the stage and announced ‘Video on Instagram‘ — a new feature that is sure to give Twitter’s Vine a run for its money. According to Systrom, video on Instagram is “the same Instagram we all know and love … but it moves.”