[ Issue 25 ]
Microsoft Wants to Pay $60.50 for Every LinkedIn User
For comparison purposes, at current market caps, Facebook’s 1.65 billion users are worth $194.30 each. Twitter’s 310 million active users are valued at $31.65 a pop.” – (San Francisco Business Times). See Monday morning’s Microsoft/LinkedIn presentation here.
85 Percent of Mobile Videos Are Watched Without Sound
It’s common for us to grab micro-moments of connectivity in public places. That’s why Mobile Marketing Magazine says that your videos need to communicate without sound. Read more here.
What Happens If Twitter Dies?
“While scrolling through my Twitter feed the other day, I had an interesting thought: What if Twitter just didn’t exist anymore?” – (Bob O’Donnell, Recode). Read more here.
NYC Gets a Major Rebrand
Starting with pictograms and fonts, from subway maps to public restrooms, NYC wants to present itself as a brand for visitors and residents alike. Read more here.
Social Media Roundup: Snapchat Delivers 10 Billion Views Daily
What just happened, when we weren’t looking? Snapchat overtook Twitter in the number of active users. Read more here.
Instagram Ads: How to Create a Campaign with Facebook Power Editor
Instagram for Business: Any user with any budget can now follow this step-by-step guide. Read more here.