This infographic from Spiralytics illustrates the various Facebook advertisement placement options from the basics, to Instagram, to the Facebook Audience Network, to Instant Articles and Messenger.
This year, 77.4 million people in the US—or nearly a quarter of the population—will use Pinterest, a 7.0% increase from 2017, according to eMarketer estimates.
This year, 104.7 million people in the US—or 31.8% of the population—will use Instagram, a 13.1% increase from 2017.
This infographic from 99Firms illustrates 30 case studies of how companies and brands are using Instagram Stories.
Instagram Stories boasts more than 400 million daily users and in a survey of 2,400 Instagram users ages 13-55 in the US, Facebook IQ found that one-third had become more interested in a brand or product after seeing it on Instagram Stories.
Pinterest ad revenues are estimated to cross the $1 billion mark by 2020. Pinterest is also rising among the ranks of major video ad publishers, like Roku, with the introduction of its new video ad product.
Pinterest has an ambitious visual search strategy, which has produced tools such as Shop the Look, which lets users select blue dots within a pin to find similar products, and Lens, a real-time visual search tool embedded in the camera of the Pinterest App (and elsewhere).
Of the 1,000 US internet users surveyed, more than half (56%) of Gen Zers, ages 16 to 24, said they had increased their use of Snapchat in the past year, and another 55% of respondents said they are using Instagram more.
When the first wave of social commerce arrived—mostly reproducing ecommerce catalogs on Facebook—critics predicted it would fail because users didn’t want to shop where they socialized. More than half a decade later, most social media users still don’t turn to social platforms to make direct buys. Now it’s all about influence, social ads and a multi-channel path to purchase.
This infographic from Salesforce illustrates why and how storytelling is a crucial element of your marketing efforts.