Conversations at Cannes: Our analyst on the ground fills us in on some of the Festival's latest developments.
Meta’s new prototypes show promise: Unveiling future VR headsets and announcing brand partnerships could stoke interest in the metaverse, but Meta still has a long way to go to push the platform into the mainstream.
Watch the on-demand replay of our webinar, The Era of Uncertainty, as our analysts address key questions about the rapidly shifting landscape for social media, retail and ecommerce, and financial services.
Snap believes AR can transform the online shopping experience: Our principal analyst spoke with the company’s global AR product strategy lead about how Snap is helping brands increase conversions and reduce returns.
Advertising reacts to the uncertain economy: Ad spending will remain strong this year, but the challenges ahead are many.
Not every TikTok feature works for Reels: Meta is bringing yet more features from its rival video app to Instagram, but it isn’t so simple.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Sanyu Dillon, executive vice president and CMO at Penguin Random House US, about brands building cultural fluency, entering the metaverse, and building digital communities with younger audiences.
Virality pays off, but you can’t force it: That’s the lesson in Cirkul’s TikTok fame, which has resulted in a $1 billion valuation.
Are parental controls enough to keep kids safe in the metaverse? Desperate for new users, Meta is putting the onus on parents to supervise their teens’ access to Quest and Instagram.
Meta on the ropes: Meta shares have dropped, but metaverse adoption is expected to be a $13 trillion industry by 2030 as more players build competing immersive VR experiences.
Instagram makes incremental improvements: Some may appeal to advertisers and some to creators—but these are hardly grand slams.
Meta thinks users need stepping stones to the metaverse: Its Crayta announcement suggests many consumers need to be pushed along the “immersion continuum.”
Usage timers reveal teens are spending hours on TikTok: The platform added features to limit time spent as criticisms of social media reignite.
Will spam and fake accounts stop Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover? It’s looking increasingly like that’s the case.
Looks like it isn’t Morbin’ time after all: A flurry of memes about the film “Morbius” did not translate to box office sales.
Pinterest acquires The Yes to grow its social commerce business: The platform plans to leverage the company’s AI capabilities to provide personalized shopping experiences.
It just became easier for brands to use TikTok: The platform’s marketing partner program expansion should facilitate usage and attract ad dollars.
Instagram to gain users over the next few years: The platform will continue to grow, but the era of explosive growth is long over.
Tech’s reshuffling makes spending tough for marketers: The industry is refocusing on advertising, which is still shaky from a year of changes.
On today's episode, we discuss the severity of Snap's recent profit warning, how companies can show they actually care about the planet, how many of us are served the wrong ads, why L.L. Bean quit social media for a month, the significance of Walmart expanding its drone program, an unpopular opinion about ratings, some stats about how much weddings cost, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Blake Droesch, Dave Frankland, and Evelyn Mitchell.