To make it among billion-dollar e-com giants, you need to be different. Instacart is betting on its new "Instacat" to build a stronger connection with online users.
YouTube unveiled a new creative suite for brands and agencies to create a "more delightful experience for the user" that is "more impactful for the advertiser."
Facebook is announcing two new partnerships to help small and medium businesses and developers protect their customers' privacy.
Facebook announced polling for Live and on-demand videos, and gamification for Live to help creators create interactive video content.
Facebook is introducing a paid subscription feature for Group admins to charge for exclusive content. The feature is being tested across select Groups.
The importance of Facebook as a platform for news usage is declining steadily, while other smaller platforms are increasing in influence.
On National Selfie Day, McDonald's is set to solve yet another world problem. The Frylus will finally let you snap selfies with sticky hands, so you don't have to choose between a juicy burger and the perfect …
As part of its effort to get close to publishers, Twitter has launched Twitter Media, a website for publishers to learn to get the most from its platform.
Pinterest announced a new kind of Marketing Partner, adding a new Creative specialty to its list of Marketing Partners.