Apple held a press conference yesterday at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, in San Francisco, CA, where they unveiled highly-anticipated announcements surrounding upcoming products and technologies. Following are key takeaways from the event.
Earlier this month, Niantic Inc. (formerly an internal startup at Google) launched Pokémon Go – a free-to-play, location-based augmented reality mobile game – sparking a cultural phenomenon on a global scale. Since its release, the app has been smashing records and logging unprecedented usage metrics. To name just a few:
With all this attention, it’s no wonder that businesses are incorporating Pokémon Go into their marketing efforts. To understand the marketing potential behind the app, it helps if you know the basics of how Pokémon Go works.
A topic that’s front and center in today’s digital world is video. (We’ve even discussed it in a recent blog post.) Folks are turning to YouTube more and more these days. In fact, data shows that watch time on YouTube is up at least 50% year over year.* If you’re not actively partaking in the video space, you may be missing out on a big piece of the pie. Don’t have the resources to create videos to tout your business’ products and services? Well, thanks to YouTube Director, your life just got easier.