Here is why some folks are calling this the Florida 2 update but don’t let the name confuse you. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Facebook has unveiled their new video platform, which will showcase original content, and make The Social Network a key video destination.
Social networks are all looking to create more TV-like content, which will mean new opportunities for advertisers.
YouTube is taking a leading role in the digital TV shift, launching a new range of exclusive programs.
Twitter has outlined the details of their renewed focus on live-stream video content, announcing a range of new programming for 2017 and beyond.
In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Google room taken over by flowers and leaves: Source: Instagram Google… Please visit Search Engine Land […]
Launched this past January, Snapchat’s Snap Channel was the “ephemeral” app’s foray into original content. Several months later, Snapchat seems to be reversing its plans.
Once a king of viral content, Upworthy rose to fame by unearthing uplifting videos from the dredges of the web, pairing them with attention-grabbing and highly shareable headlines and sending them out into the world of Facebook, where they garnered tens of thousands of shares. But after being hit by Facebook’s algorithm changes, the site […]