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

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

Marketer. Business & strategy for Simply Measured. SaaS, tech, 90s hiphop, complaining about stuff. Recovering journalist. Told I used to be funnier.

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