Brands Must Look Beyond the Logo to See the Big Picture

Opinion: Looking at logos only is very limited and does not give you the full picture of the impact a brand has on consumers or how much they are engaging with it on social networks.

Which NFL Players Scored YouTube Touchdowns This Offseason?

The National Football League season is nearly through its second week, and YouTube shared its offseason most valuable players.

Audio on Instagram Auto-Play Videos Now Works a Little Differently

Instagram quietly introduced a tweak to the way it presents auto-play videos.

Facebook AI Research Sets Up Shop in Montreal

Facebook announced last week that it will open a new research lab in Montreal dedicated to its artificial intelligence efforts.

Pinterest Fielded More Requests for User Information in the First Half of 2017

Pinterest released its Transparency Report for the first half of 2017 last Friday.

How ABC Tapped Facebook’s Camera Effects to Back The Good Doctor, TGIT

ABC is using Facebook’s Camera Effects to help promote new fall series The Good Doctor and its TGIT Thursday-night lineup of Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder.

Instagram: Here’s How to Unsend a Direct Message

Follow our guide to unsend Instagram messages.

Twitter Does Some Ad-Targeting Cleaning Up of Its Own

Facebook wasn’t the only social network forced to re-examine categories available for ad targeting.

These Emmy Awards Moments and Celebrities Captivated Facebook, Twitter Users

Host Stephen Colbert’s opening monologue sparked the most conversation on Facebook during the Emmy Awards Sunday night, while the most-tweeted-about moment was Elizabeth Moss winning the award for Best Lead Actress, Drama.

Facebook Video May Be Hot, But Personalization Is the Real Payoff

Opinion: These are the top five creative best practices for adapting video ads to Facebook.