Some housecleaning and Facebook news
On articles long forgotten
Keith O'Brien - still flying solo - discusses recent The Hub articles, including a recent look at what brands are using on Twitter, the explosion of marketing tech companies, and LinkedIn and Facebook entering the employee communications space.
Facebook video is going to be even bigger this year.
New features for Page admins.
Facebook's auto-play video ads are making a big impression.
Omar & Keith discuss Black Friday, the recent Meet the Marketer profile on Salesforce's Michael Lazerow, Verizon's failed content marketing play Sugarstring, Facebook's emotional experiment and, of course, Rolling Stone's inclusion U2's spam-album in its Best of the Year list.
New features to ramp up mobile app installs over the holidays.
It's time for marketers to pay up, says Facebook.
The Facebook CEO holds a townhall style Q&A session.
A snapshot of the angry comments from Facebook marketers.
Helped by auto-play, Facebook gets a billion more video views than YouTube.
Friday funnies from Nitrozac and Snaggy.
Facebook's newly launched Atlas network goes live today
Payments startup Stripe will power Twitter as well.
Big investments in social media commerce this holiday season.
How to compete in Facebook ad auctions.
A prank with some lessons in social advertising.
Facebook updates its News Feed algorithm to reward timeliness.
Meet Facebook, the new old Snapchat.
Big agencies are reporting better returns through Twitter ads
The video views are coming hard and fast at Facebook.
Twitter has big e-commerce plans for Q4
Facebook's patent buying spree could indicate what its going to do next.
A helpful guide to Facebook's paid offerings.
Facebook adds an option for event marketers.
Users with different bandwidths get different ads.
Facebook emerges as the real challenger to Google's ad dominance
Facebook's been busy with updates, here's what you need to know.
Early tests show encouraging results.