While the photo-sharing social network attempts to fix their PR issues from the previous week, an update has been released for their mobile app with some nice improvements.
We have all spent 2012 looking for value in our Internet marketing strategies. We have tweeted, liked, pinned and shared, and worked on creating a culture of content marketing within our own companies to encourage employee participation. As 2013 approaches, and we spend time evaluating and revising our marketing campaigns, here are some resolutions that I intend to adopt myself, and would suggest you do the same.
Yahoo\’s photo sharing service, Flickr, is taking advantage of the chaotic PhotoWars between Twitter and Facebook/Instagram, and quietly working to improve their service and attract more users from Instagram.
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Creating a company culture of content marketing is a remarkable way to connect with your customers and become a thought leader in your industry, but it is extremely challenging to get all of your employees to participate.
Instagram responds to the sudden backlash from users and clarifies their policies, as well as removes some of the controversial text.
By now you\’ve probably heard this week\’s news about Instagram: they\’ve enacted a new Terms of Service which explicitely states that they can feel free to sell or use your images without your consent or payment.