Every movement begins with a moment.
Moxie’s Lindsay Howard explains how ad targeting and Donald Trump are disrupting the status quo of the 2016 presidential election campaign cycle.
Periscope vs. Meerkat: Moxie’s Ivy Chang recently sat down will her colleague — and avid Meerkat and Periscope user — Eric Payne to get his take on the two livestreaming apps and what they can (or can’t) do for brands
It is still extremely difficult to give a direct answer when someone asks, “what is mobile?” I believe that is THE point that needs to be made. There is no limit to what “mobile” can be or how it can coexist with almost any program a brand is developing. However, I think we also need to ask ourselves “What isn’t mobile?” to help answer the question.
The number one trait people look for in a mate? Sense of humor. So it’s no surprise that brands attempt to woo customers the same way. And what better day to shine and show off the wit and charm of your company than today, April Fool’s?
If you tie happiness to a brand, good things will happen. Sounds obvious doesn’t it? Then why in this industry do we spend so much of our time and money creating ads that people can’t stand? There’s an entire business segment behind helping people avoid ads. Ad blockers, ad-free kindles, ad-free Spotify, so on and so on.
The rumors were true! Facebook has rolled out Paper, a stand-alone mobile newsreader app, and it is quite stunning.
Want to catch up with what happened in the digital world this week? Our weekly Cheat Sheet fills you in on everything you missed while you scrambled to meet deadlines and put out fires. Read about how Piper can automate your home, the new photo-sharing social app Jelly, how mobile gaming is transforming the entire gaming industry and a gaming system that gets your kids outdoors!
A few months ago, we posted a very informative (if I do say so myself) post about the rise of the visual platform. Months later, it seems that Facebook might be jumping on the bandwagon and taking it to a whole new level. Recent rumors indicate that Facebook is gearing up to launch a new service offering later this month: a mobile news-reader called “Paper.” Similar to Flipboard, Paper would act as an aggregator of rich media content in a visually stunning, paper-like format. It would display a mix of news stories aggregated from publications, along with status updates and stories shared by a user’s Facebook friends.
Want to catch up with what happened in the digital world this week? Our weekly Cheat Sheet fills you in on everything you missed while you scrambled to meet deadlines and put out fires. Read about the arrival of Instagram Direct, how Twitter revamped its messaging feature, what new feature Facebook has launched for video and why Square created a thinner credit card reader.
There was some speculation going around a few weeks back, but today’s “mystery event” clears up any doubt: Instagram has released a new private messaging feature. While it’s an exciting move, it’s not too surprising. The unquestionable rise in popularity of Snapchat meant it was only a matter of time until Instagram jumped on the messaging bandwagon.