The Friday Five: October 30 - November 5, 2016
- Friday Five
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- by: Alexis Prousis
It only took 108 years, one goat and a Steve Bartman for the curse to be finally over. Yes, the Chicago Cubs are now, once again, the Champions of the world.
YouTube is the third-most-visited site on the planet, but due to a lack of social components, this dominant position might not last long. Hello...Snapchat?
This NFL season, the San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium and the Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank Stadium are letting their fans get even closer to the gridiron action with gameday apps - think halftime lights shows, trivia, and gameday offers.
Despite the scandal of Facebook’s exaggeration on ad performance that shocked the industry in September, brands are not planning to pull back their Facebook spending anytime soon. Ka-Ching for Facebook!
Kate Spade wants customers who shop directly from a piece of social content to feel like it’s a simple process to make a purchase because taggable products could help retailers to focus more on actually selling through social.