Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you’re thumbing through the news during halftime or while digesting a big turkey dinner, our weekly roundup is bound to keep you full (you know, of knowledge).
Say cheese… and turkey and cranberries! Bustle offers tips on taking flawless food photos for those striving to snap and share the perfect Thanksgiving foodstagram.
New research from the Global Web Index reveals that active user numbers for Tumblr and Pinterest have increased by 120% and 111% respectively, beating out other social channels.
One of Tumblr’s biggest advantages is that people use the microblogging platform to consume content as opposed to networking with friends. Already, more than 250 of the world’s top brands are on board. Are you one of them?
From gift guides to “slow reveals,” here’s a look at how department stores like Bloomingdale’s and Best Buy are driving engagement on Instagram.
This year’s IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark report reveals some interesting holiday shopping data points. To name a couple: Smartphones drove 31.8% of all online traffic, and Pinterest referrals averaged $103.87 per order.
Make use of these effective and time-saving applications for Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Because we could all use a little time back in our lives during the holidays.
“GIFs on Facebook. No buy buttons on Pinterest. Fortunately, there are plenty of creative workarounds.”
MarketLand shares surprising stats on how dominant Pinterest has become and explains just how valuable the social network will be for search marketers.
Going somewhere warm and pretty for the holidays? Condé Nast Traveler shows globetrotters how to use the photo-sharing service as a travel tool.
Now that you’ve got the lowdown on the latest news on the visual web, it’s time to start thinking about how you can put it to work. For more ideas on how to grow your brand’s presence on visual platforms like Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram, download our latest guide below. In it, you’ll find 20 different ways to drive engagement, traffic and revenue on these emerging (and explosive; see point No. 2 above) channels.