WebProNews - Archive March 2017
Advertisers Less Excited About Snapchat
On the heels of Snapchat's historic tech IPO a few days ago, which was second only to Facebook, comes less promising news for the social and messaging app leader. A survey of 1,600 marketers published by RBC Capital Markets and Ad Age shows that return on ad dollars from Snapchat falls far behind the company's chief rival Instagram. So far behind that even ad revenue from AOL isn't much worse.
[Report] Email Strategies of the Top 100 E-Retailers
Iterable analyzed the email marketing strategies used by the top 100 U.S. e-retailers to see how they engage with their customers.
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Brand New Leaked Photos of Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8
In what is expected to be the one of several more leaked reveals in the coming days, hot new photos of the Samsung Galaxy 8 were posted a few hours ago that clearly show the device at almost every angle.
One Small Typo Lead To Amazon's Big Mishap
In a follow up to Tuesday's significant disruption of Amazon Web Services (AWS), the company announced yesterday that the reason for the mishap was due to human-error...a typo to be exact.
YouTube Tops 1 Billion Hours of Video a Day
Albert Einstein once stated " For every one billion particles of antimatter there were one billion and one particles of matter. And when the mutual annihilation was complete, one billionth remained – and that's our present universe." This is his simple way of explaining why our universe is 99.9% matter and just a trace of anti-matter.
[Ebook] How To Measure Your Social Media Efforts
A social media campaign that isn't planned around social media data sounds unwise - but believe it or not it's more common than you think. Most marketers have witnessed planning meetings where campaign decisions are made on the beliefs and educated guesswork of a team versus what social media data actually tells them.
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