Localized creative talent is your best resource to create custom local visual content and extend the capabilities of your marketing team to scale.
It's my pleasure to announce that effective today, Flashstock has entered an agreement to become acquired by Shutterstock. We're very excited to bring our custom content creation platform into one of the world's leading global technology companies.
Creating content with frequency and consistency strengthens your brand identity and allows you to tell a cohesive narrative to your audience.
Conventional ways to create content are no longer viable in today's mobile-friendly world. You need a brand identity and a process to create content at scale. Times change and brands need to change too.
A strong brand identity ensures all creative content aligns to the overarching narrative of your brand's story. Determine how to communicate your brand and generate consistently on-brand visuals content.
People expect more content from brands, and businesses expect more content from their digital marketers. Marketing teams need technology to create more content at faster rates and meet demands.
The challenge of creating content in the digital age of marketing is that there are always demands for more. This is how a strategic approach to creation and a technological solution can help you scale without breaking your marketing budget.
Localized content helps brands form stronger relationships with customers but there are costs to creating those customized assets. Here are 2 ways technology can reduce those costs and increase localized creative output.
Social news feeds accrue millions of new content pieces every day and brands need content to make impressions in those feeds. Here are 3 benefits of using technology to deliver more content to those feeds at faster rates.
Digital marketers strive to manage multiple brand campaigns with fresh authentic content. Technology helps teams efficiently achieve their goals and here are 3 important ways technology improves digital capabilities.
Instagram and Snapchat are locked in a war to become the top platform for Stories content. Here are the 2 biggest differences between the two channels that will impact your plans for content.
Creating content on Instagram Stories captures audience attention, but there's value in repurposing your Stories for other channels. Here are 3 great tips to extend the value of Stories content.
Three of the world's largest social media platforms allow marketers to create content for Stories. Here are a few tips to create the right types of content for the right Stories audience.
Instagram made a handful of notable updates to Instagram Stories in recent months. Here are 4 of the biggest changes and how they impact your plans for social content.
It's common to run A/B tests on the content you promote across Facebook. Here are the 4 best practices to run an A/B test that allows you to make effective content decisions.
Facebook announced its acquisition of Instagram on April 9, 2012. 5 years later, what have the two platforms accomplished and how does that impact your plans for content?
Facebook made a number of updates to their news feed algorithm in Q1 2017. Here are 5 of the biggest announcements that will impact how you create content for the channel.
Creating high-quality custom content is critical to success in today's always-on era of consumption. These are 2 of the biggest obstacles preventing marketers from matching consumer demand.
Marketing teams must plan for how to create greater quantities of content each passing year. Here are 3 strategic ideas to lay the foundation of your plans and execute.
Personalized content is critical to forming relationships with people who will become your customers. Here are 3 creative ways to personalize your brand with Instagram.
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FlashStock, a leading Content-as-a-Service (CaaS) provider of custom photos and videos for marketing at scale, has raised $1.5 million in funding from angel investors. The financing will be invested into growing its team - with plans to double employee headcount from 50 to 100 by the first quarter of 2017.