Once upon a time, Twitter Moments was a closely guarded fortress surrounded by moats of publishers vying to get a spot on the throne. The feature, which aims to be "the best of Twitter in an instant," was only available to Twitter employees and certain publishing partners.
In case you haven’t been seeing enough pictures of food in your Instagram feed, expect to see a lot more of them for the next 12 months thanks to Applebee’s. The restaurant chain is forking over its account to diners who share pictures on the social-mobile app.
DoubleTree today is announcing an unusually interactive YouTube channel called DTour, which encourages online and mobile viewers to share videos, Instagram photos, Facebook posts, tweets a
Who says ad contests involving user-generated content are dead? Well, OK, I have, repeatedly, but no one ever listens to me. Now, Frito-Lay is raising the stakes by upping the […]
Crest Whitening Expressions, a line of four totally fun, flavored toothpastes, is having a video contest to come up with a new catchphrase, "something big" that captures the taste explosion […]