As users know, Facebook’s API has provided limited access to their data. In most cases, majority of posts aren’t returned to trackers. This issue has affected all social analytics tools that use V1.0 of the API.
Earlier today, I was reading a blog post by a 19 year old on how teenagers use social media. You can find it here.
And as I read it, all I could think was, “Wow, Zuckerberg really is 2 steps ahead of everyone else.” Here are some excerpts from the post, and how it relates to some of Zuckerberg’s past actions.
Someone recently asked this question on Quora and I thought I’d share my answer on the blog here.
In short: No, hashtags in ads aren’t a fad — they’re here to stay. At least when done right.
Hashtags serve 2 important purposes that advertisers (and marketers in general) can’t live without.
Following last week’s bombshell news that Snapchat turned down a $3B offer from Facebook, Ben Thompson just wrote a brilliant post on his blog about the different social networks out there and how each fits a different purpose for users. Here are 2 excerpts from his post: