E! has become the latest network to realize the potential Instagram has for social TV. The pop culture powerhouse announced last week that they would be expanding their multi-screen experiences by launching an “Instagram Wall” that will “track the top celebrity Instagram accounts, dynamically ranking the Top 200 celebs based on the newly created E! Social Score.” This is a huge move for the NBCU cable network whose popular shows include Fashion Police, Keeping up with the Kardashians and their red carpets that continue to define the awards show experience. Read more
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“If your brand is looking for social engagement — and if you’re not finding it on Facebook, Twitter, or other social networks — you should start using Instagram today.” So concludes a blog post by Nate Elliot, whose recent research report for Forrester is titled “Use Instagram Now.”
Forrester tracked more than 3 million user interactions with more than 2,500 brand posts across social network. The findings? Branded content achieves low overall engagement rates, but Instagram stands out from the pack.
Brands achieve less than a 0.1% engagement rate on six of the seven social networks – including Facebook and Twitter – that Forrester tracked. Read more
“It’s official!! Season 3!!” Prepon wrote to the right of the image, which threw out potential season three titles.
— Veep (@VeepHBO) April 21, 2014
And what did fans get when calling the number written in that tweet? Well, in trademark Vice President Selina Meyer (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus) fashion, “voters” received an unintended earful.
One of the things that we’re trying to do with Creative Labs and all our experiences is explore things that aren’t all tied to Facebook identity. Some things will be, but not everything will have to be, because there are some sets of experiences that are just better with other identities. I think you should expect to see more of that, where apps are going to be tied to different audiences that you can share
He also talks about Facebook’s adaptation for mobile.
“This is the first time, I’m doing something at my age, that’s good for me,” Bill Cosby says in his inaugural Instagram post.
Cosby then used Twitter to draw to his new Instagram.
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