June 14, 2013
Hashtags, Coming to a Facebook Newsfeed Near You
By : Rachel Lawton, Planner, SocialWe discuss our thoughts on Facebook's move to make hashtags searchable.
By : Jon Bishop, Web Developer, TechnologyFacebook is constantly making changes, whether you like it or not. There's one change few have noticed that creates a huge opportunity to increase engagement with rich media on Facebook. First let's look at the way it used to be.
By : Erica Melia, SVP, Account ManagementBeing a Bostonian and living through last week’s events has made me reflect on a lot.Throughout this experience, our city has shown an un-surmounted pride that reigned strong throughout the airwaves, digital or not. But, what’s got me is that this ‘always on’ movement of social, content and communities is bigger than any of us can even imagine – and it came to light last week.
By : Carly Machlis, Intern, Connections PlanningWhen Facebook announced they were jumping on the hashtag bandwagon, we weren’t surprised. With this move, Facebook joins the ranks of other social media behemoths in a mission to better understand the desires and engagement habits of its community members.
By : Rachel Lawton, Planner, SocialAt its core, social is about telling a narrative, which means it’s not about an across the board solution for every brand.
By : Jon Mantilla, Search Coordinator, Search“Graph Search” is the long awaited Facebook search engine that will change the way we use Facebook.
By : Sonja Jacob, Senior Content Planner, CreativeIn the early 1980s, budding NYC photographers captured the graffiti art spray-painted onto subway cars that traversed the city. They’d wait to set up shots. Pull emergency levers to stop trains, buying time with their cameras and the fresh paint.
By : Ayanna Mancuso, Associate Brand Planner, Brand StrategyPrivacy is a fundamental human right. That said, the definition of privacy is not simple— especially in the context of the explosion of data being generated online every minute of every day.