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After she was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, 80-year-old “Grandma Betty” started an Instagram account with the help of her 18-year-old great grandson. Now she has almost half a million followers and her own logo.
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Kevin Systrom unveils Direct: a simple way to send photos and videos to your friends.
Can social media woo a generation that has never heard the name James Earl Jones?
The numbers say that Michael Kors’s much derided Instagram ad—the first of its kind—was a success. But how, if at all, can brands really use Instagram effectively as a paid ad platform?
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Most people use Instagram to share cute baby photos or pictures of cupcakes. But it’s being used for a potentially more nefarious purpose: amateur gun sales in a totally unregulated market.
If Instagram were to add a print button, allowing its massive community of shutterbugs to order physical copies of their photos right from the app, how much revenue could that drive? According to CanvasPop cofounder Adrian Salamunovic, a conservative estimate would peg that number at around $720 million annually.
Get ready for ads in your Instagram feed.
It was only a matter of time. Instagram has announced it will incorporate ads into the app within the next year.
Every second on the Internet, about 4,000 tweets are posted to Twitter. And about 33,333 Google searches are made. And about 46,000 YouTube clips are viewed. "Every Second on the Internet" cleverly uses your screen real estate to make the sheer size of uploaded data make sense.
#Sandy is a compilation of stunning iPhone photos taken during Hurricane Sandy. Its royalties will go to on-going relief efforts.