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This Week In Social: News & Analysis You Might Have Missed

A lot happened in social marketing this week. Here are some of the top stories you might have missed:

Facebook Sponsored Stories

Facebook Sponsored Stories Are Going Away In April, But Not Really

Facebook announced that Sponsored Stories will be no more come April, but they aren’t *actually* going away. Okay, they are, but not really. Danie Pote explains what it all means. Read More >>


Vine Launches Web Profiles and Full-Screen “TV Mode”

Last Friday, Vine announced that users will have access to full web  profiles from their computer, as well as a “TV Mode” that allows for multiple Vines to play continuously. Read More >>


Gmail Now Lets You Email Your Google+ Connections

Google today announced new integration between Gmail and Google+ that sees your social connections show up in auto-complete when you’re composing an email. Read More >>


Tumblr Sponsored Posts Are Now A Part of Yahoo’s Ad Suite

Yahoo announced several new advertiser initiatives during CEO Marissa Mayer’s keynote at CES in Las Vegas today, including Tumblr integration. Read More >>

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#CES2014 By The Numbers: Here’s Who Took Over Twitter

Now that CES 2014 is over, we wrapped up our series on the hottest topics by taking a look at who drove the conversation on Twitter. Read More >>

Education and Analysis

How to Use Simply Measured to Plan Your Ad Campaigns: A Basic Guide
Simply Measured’s Director of Marketing, Uri Bar-Joseph, walks you through your analysis and how to plan a sophisticated Twitter ad campaign based on data. Read More >>

42% of Online Adults Now Use 2+ Social Networks
Facebook is still the top network, but more and more US adults are using more than one social network. Marketingland’s Greg Sterling breaks down the survey. Read More >>

Social TV: How Top Networks Are Leveraging Social Data

Listen to panels of top TV execs and experts talk about how social media data drives decision making and advertising partnerships. Read More >>

Social Media Predictions From The Experts

Top social media experts talk about what 2014 will bring for social marketers. Read More >>

Kevin Shively

I lead marketing for Simply Measured. Recovering journalist. My team is embarrassed of my hilarious jokes. Firm believer that the best marketers are the best storytellers and the best storytellers use the best data.

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