Republican Buyers Are Enthusiastic About Getting Back on Twitter Post Its Political Ads Ban
Republican ad buyers allocate nearly 25% of their media budget to Twitter, and the range for Democratic advertisers is between 1%-5%.
Some Advertisers Slowly Test Other Platforms Ahead of TikTok’s Congress Testimony
Top 1,000 U.S. advertisers boosted their ad spend on TikTok by 66% to $467 million from September to October 2022.
TikTok: How to Make Your Account Private
Users can stop others from following them.
Pricing for the Creator Economy Is All Over the Map
A new report from Later and Mavrck finds that 37% of creators set their rates initially by guessing.
Dotdash Meredith Pens Pinterest Partnership, Joining Condé Nast and Tastemade
The publisher will produce vertical video for the platform, which aims to increase its inventory.
Snapchat: How to Turn on Video Stability
This feature may reduce shaking in the user's clip.
Snapchat: How to Use the Ultra Wide Camera
There are multiple ways to access this feature.
The Next Brand Safety Battlefield Is AI-Based Audio, and It’s Surging on TikTok and YouTube
Over 90% of these videos are monetizable.
Snapchat: How to Clear Your Shopping History on Mobile
Users can remove the products they've recently browsed.
LinkedIn: How to Reschedule a Scheduled Post on Mobile
Users can change when content will be shared.
Instagram: How to Delete Your Search History on Mobile
Users can clear terms they've previously searched for.
LinkedIn: How to Turn On Open to Work
Professionals can let others know they're interested in new opportunities.
Marketers Prove Skeptical of Advertising In Chat-Based Search Engines
Amid breathless excitement over ChatGPT, marketers have questions about its applicability to advertising.
LinkedIn: How to Schedule a Post
Users can set content to go live in the future.
TikTok’s New Audio Catalog Caters to Brands on a Budget
As an audio-first platform that rewards users who adopt viral sounds, TikTok is nurturing small businesses by boosting their shot at virality.