If you ever want to know what the kids are up to these days, head over to Imgur. The 6-year-old image-sharing and hosting community is home to millions of images, […]
Instagram is providing a way to share photo collages with a companion app called Layout, which—even though it was just launched today—is already getting employed in interesting ways by brands like Victoria's Secret and Sephora as well as numerous consumers.
In a time when most marketers are just starting to ramp up mobile investments to target millennials, UGG appears to be well ahead of the curve by targeting iPod Touch-toting tweens.
Over the past year, Instagram has become a popular channel for fashion brands to introduce new campaigns.
New moms sometimes go overboard with taking and sharing photos of their kids on social media. But Johnson’s Baby is hoping to capitalize on that trend in launching an Instagram account.
Showing how mobile apps and devices improve your (apparently action-packed) daily life has become one of the biggest tropes in tech advertising, and yet it's still rare to find ads that do it well.
Heineken posted a series of photos on Instagram this morning that makes creative use of the photo-sharing app for a Gay Pride Month campaign.
Facebook’s new app isn’t a Snapchat clone; it’s more of a Look-alike. The core feature of Facebook’s Slingshot—the requirement to reply to unlock a photo—already appears on an iPhone app called Look.
Facebook’s latest attempt at a Snapchat rival, Slingshot, could also be its big contribution to selfie culture.
Instagram ads are going international. The company announced today that it would start delivering ads to users outside the United States. Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia are the first countries in line.