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The 50 Most Read Technology Stories on Adweek.com in 2016

The 50 Most Read Technology Stories on Adweek.com in 2016

December 27, 2016 / No Comments

As we wind down for the holidays, we’re looking back at the stories that were most popular among Adweek.com readers over the course of the year. Today, we look at stories from our Technology channel.

50. Facebook Vertical Video Ads Just Went Live and Are Evidently Producing Great Results
49. Instagram Is Finally Letting Users Zoom In on Photos and Videos
48. Instagram Is Now Giving Small Businesses a Dashboard Full of Data About Their Posts
47. Foursquare’s Potentially Game-Changing New Tool Can Measure Foot Traffic Generated by Digital Ads
46. Here’s What Gen Z and Millennials Love and Hate About Instagram and Snapchat
45. Hillary Clinton Laughs as Benghazi Burns in Donald Trump’s Eerie Instagram Ad
44. Brands Can Now Create Interactive Video Campaigns on Facebook and Instagram
43. Facebook Is Changing Its News Feed Algorithm to Focus Less on Publishers’ Content
42. This Mobile App Pays You for Your Selfies While Giving Custom Data to Brands
41. How Tasty’s Addictive Cooking Videos Helped BuzzFeed Build a Food Empire

40. Netflix’s Outdoor Ads Let Snapchat Users Swap Faces With Characters Like Frank Underwood
39. You Can Now Manage Accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Facebook Messenger Via One App
38. Snapchat’s Redesign Is Aimed at Attracting More Eyeballs for Publishers and Brands
37. Drake’s iTunes Sales Shot Up 431 Percent After Taylor Swift’s Memorable Apple Music Ad
36. L’Oréal Will Add Makeup to Selfies as the First Beauty Brand Snapchat Lens
35. Snapchat Adds 4 New Features, Including Much-Requested Group Chat
34. Snapchat Advertising Data Reveals What Kinds of Brands Have Bought Into the App
33. This Agency Is 30% More Productive Since It Started Using Chat Software to Connect With Clients
32. This Yogurt Brand Found a Clever Workaround to Get in Front of Pokemon Go Players
31. Google Says These 5 Food Trends Are Sweeping America

30. How a Sweet, Simple Instagram Photo Gave Rise to a Sweeping Global Travel Brand
29. Starbucks’ Off-Menu Rainbow-Colored Drinks Are Lighting Up Instagram
28. Pokemon Go Is Inspiring Small Retailers. So Has Augmented Reality Gone Mainstream?
27. These 11 Brands Are Already Using Instagram’s New Zoom Feature
26. Poo-Pourri’s New Viral Video Gives You Tips on How to Poop at a Party
25. Facebook Will Track Whether Ads Lead to Store Visits and Offline Purchases
24. Snap Inc.’s Spectacles Are Dropping Today in These Crazy Cool Vending Machines
23. Why a Mainstream Fashion Advertiser Like Diesel Decided to Go Big on Pornhub
22. Hillary Clinton Just Told Trump to Delete His Twitter Account, and Her Tweet Is Blowing Up
21. Taco Bell’s Cinco de Mayo Snapchat Lens Was Viewed 224 Million Times

20. 3 Waves of Cyberattacks Brought Down Twitter, Spotify, Pinterest, NYT and Other Sites
19. How Kylie Jenner Built a Sprawling Audience, and a Booming Brand, at Age 18
18. Snapchat Is Running Sneakily Fun Billboard Ads That Only Its Users Will Understand
17. What Instagram’s New Algorithm Could Mean for Agencies and Brands
16. What Ad Buyers Really Think About Google, Facebook, Twitter and Everything in Between
15. Selena Gomez’s Social Media Posts Are Evidently Worth $550,000 Apiece
14. 20 Content Creators Who Are Setting the Bar for Creativity in 2016
13. 8 Takeaways From Facebook’s F8: Mark Zuckerberg Reveals the Company’s 10-Year Plan
12. BuzzFeed Launches New Ad Format to Further Monetize Its Big Social Reach
11. Why Snapchat, Facebook and Other Platforms Are Trying to Shed the ‘Social’ Label

10. Why OK Go Went Facebook-Only With the Debut of Its Buzzy, Zero-Gravity Music Video
9. You Can Now Create Your Very Own Geofilter on Snapchat
8. Twitter Just Shut Down Vine 4 Years After Buying It for $30 Million
7. Here’s Why Casey Neistat Is Ending His Wildly Popular Daily Vlog on YouTube
6. 7 Big Trends That Are Shaping the Future of Digital Advertising
5. Girls Explain How Boobs, Menstruation and More Keep Them From Coding in Satirical Campaign
4. Instagram Will Finally Let Users Switch Among Multiple Accounts
3. Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Just Created a Way to Make Money From Donald Trump’s Tweets
2. Snapchat Launches a Colossal Expansion of Its Advertising, Ushering in a New Era for the App
1. Hot List: What Are 2016’s Top Digital Brands, Apps and Must-Have Products?

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