Vibrant, colorful photos drive more engagement. Use this guide to find the right dimensions, resolution, and file size for Facebook images to market your business with albums, cover images, apps, timeline photos, highlighted images, and more.
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Twitter has announced the launch of Tailored Audiences, a retargeting option for advertisers that allows targeting of Promoted Tweets and Accounts based on external user data. Is it an FBX competitor, or will advertisers see the value in both?
Android users can now see apps in search results when searching on their mobile device. When the best answer to a query is an app, Google Search will now display the app and make it easy to access or download from Google Play.
Video production company Definitive Television is refusing to remove a racist commercial for law firm McCutcheon & Hamner from their YouTube channel. The alleged client claims they never contracted the company to produce the video.
Stephen Wolfram recently shared a sneak peek at his new knowledge-based programming language -- a system he promises is "insanely more ambitious" than Google's Knowledge Graph. The possibilities for marketers warrant keeping a close eye.
Google+ unveiled a series of 18 enhancements and upgrades across their photo, video and Hangouts offerings today. Most notably, the social giant is taking a swipe at iMovies with an addition to the Auto Awesome suite: Auto Awesome Movies.
Social sharing start-up Buffer was hacked Saturday. In the hours their service was down, the Buffer team managed the crisis across social media and email channels like champs. See lessons in social media crisis management for brands.
Facebook search quality and ranking engineer Ashoat Tevosyan shared a look under the Graph Search hood in a post this week on the Facebook Engineering page. The posts index alone houses over 700 TB of data, he said, and includes over 100 ranking factors for surfacing the most relevant content.
Location-based social networking brand Foursquare has rolled out self-serve ads to all advertisers, in an effort to monetize their audience of 40 million users. Here's a look at how the new ads work, and the ad creation process.
Four sessions presented by Googlers during SES San Francisco spanned advice and insight about mobile apps and analytics, navigating SEM in a constantly connected world, engagement in mobile display, and how to maximize profit in AdWords campaigns.
At SES San Francisco 2013, attendees snapped up assorted goodies from sponsors, exhibitors, and speakers. Even if you couldn't make it, you can still take advantage of these free e-books, reports, and insights offered by conference sponsors.
To drive success on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn requires understanding which social network is best for your company’s needs; the differences between search and social advertising; bidding and budgeting; and how to avoid ad fatigue.
Mobile Facebook users can now discover business information and reviews they may previously have asked a search engine. Learn how to optimize your Facebook Page to appear in Nearby local business searches and convert more searchers to visitors.
Google and Bing again saw gains in search engine market share in November, while Yahoo continues to fall in the rankings, comScore reported. An increase of 0.1 percent takes Google one step closer to owning 70 percent of the organic search market.
President Obama had the most popular tweet of the year, while Pope Benedict XVI, Neil Young and Ringo Starr are just getting started in social. Find out which events, people and topics generated the most interest in Twitter this year.
Today's Google logo celebrates mathematician Ada Lovelace, widely credited as the world’s first computer programmer. Her work on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine is the first example of an algorithm meant to be processed by machine.
You’ll find consumers spending more time on social networking sites than any other site category on the web today, according to a Nielsen study. Additionally, users say they're more likely to pay attention to ads shared by one of their connections.
Google has acquired retail coupon marketing platform Incentive Targeting for an undisclosed sum. The newly acquired company was awarded a patent this July for a highly targeted search system that allows users to preview results and edit their query.
Google's Bradley Horowitz took the opportunity in an onstage interview to slam Facebook Ads, claiming they are intrusive and “pissing off users.” Google doesn’t need to jam ads in users’ faces to make next week’s payroll, he said. Hilarity ensued.