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Facebook brings its Canvas ad format to Instagram Stories

Instagram is announcing several new features for advertisers today. The biggest is probably the expansion of the Canvas ad format to Instagram Stories (which supposedly reach 250 million people daily). While businesses have been able to advertise in Instagram Stories since earlier this year, this introduces a new, full-screen,

Gambling scandal ends in settlement, stricter guidelines from FTC

The Federal Trade Commission building in Washington, D.C.Image: Alex Brandon/AP/REX/ShutterstockThe Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled charges against individual social media influencers for the first time Thursday, setting a new precedent: influencers need to unambiguously disclose their connections to brands and companies they are promoting. Thursday's settlement specifically requires two

19 minimalist tattoos that aren’t just infinity signs

Minimalists tattoos have hit the mainstream. We've all seen the classic infinity signs or geometric shapes, but there's so much more out there.  Here are 21 minimalist tattoos for some fresh and wonderfully delicate ink inspiration. 1. Potted cactus  A post shared by Curt Montgomery (@curtmontgomerytattoos) on

Fyre Fest has officially gone bankrupt. RIP.

RIP Fyre Fest.Image: youtube/fyrefestFyre Festival has finally burnt out, and from the looks of things, no amount of stoking the "fyre" will ever revive it. The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday — just over four months after the supposedly luxurious, entertainment-packed, Instagram-worthy event was abruptly cancelled — that a

Polygram detects facial reactions to shared photos

What if you could see if your Instagrams made people happy, surprised or disgusted? That’s just one of the innovative features of new photo-sharing social network Polygram. Using facial detection, Polygram gives you analytics about the emotional reactions people have to the photos you post. Polygram also has augmented