Since early last year, Facebook has been putting more emphasis on groups within its platform. This focus stemmed from users wanting to have more of a community feel around topics and interests they care about. This was something Facebook lost ground on in more recent...

A few recent announcements across the social media landscape recently led me to theorize the future direction that Facebook may take. As a leading social media agency, we’ve watched this platform evolve since day one, updating strategies as new features emerged and others disappeared. But...

This blog post was updated October 2020 Advertisers on social may find themselves with fewer insights and ways to target as third-party cookies get phased out. With the release of the Apple intelligent tracking prevention (ITP) settings in 2017, Mozilla and Apple blocking cookies in 2019...

Brands are likely to pay more for advertising as we head into the holiday season and the U.S. presidential election. With Twitter banning political ads and Google restricting them, a large share of digital political ad dollars will go to Facebook (source: eMarketer, January 2020)....

It's July 2020, which means Stop Hate for Profit is underway. If you're not familiar, Stop Hate for Profit is a recent protest where large advertisers have pulled their budgets from Facebook and Instagram to try and get Facebook to adjust their policies on hate...

The Current Online Shopping Landscape In response to the global pandemic, buyers significantly have shifted their consumption behaviors. A recent study from the Boston Consulting Group found that eCommerce has grown more in the last eight weeks than in the decade before that. Younger users who...

Over the last few days, some large, reputable brands have announced that they plan to withhold all social media advertising on Facebook and Instagram throughout the month of July (some as long as the remainder of 2020). This situation is evolving quickly and as we...