As a continuing effort to make sure you're all as informed as possible on the goings on in the email marketing and SMS world, we're collating industry news for you. We hope you find it useful!
Brands will soon be able to turn any photo, video or Hangout that they've created for their own Google+ page into an advert that can be displayed across the entire network.
A new study has shown that ecommerce-related articles are most frequently shared on Pinterest, which is also starting to gain ground on Facebook and Twitter when it comes to spreading the news.
Facebook is prepared to make tweaks to its news feed in order to deliver more "high quality content", reports allthingsd.com.
The Facebook for Business blog is set for a major revamp over the coming weeks as it prepares to deliver yet more valuable insights to marketing pros.
Marketers should try to using their real names in the 'from' line of marketing emails instead of a generic company name when they send messages over the holidays, an expert has suggested.
Photo manipulation service Instagram could be set to introduce a new email service, using @instagram.com addresses.
Search marketers who saw an opportunity to mention Prince George of Cambridgeshire in their content should have gained a few extra site visitors in 2013, as Royal Baby's was Yahoo's most searched for term of 2013.
Facebook will soon look to move away from the 'proxy metrics' tools of old and instead migrate to 'lifetime value' measurements instead, thedrum.com reports.