You can catch this foodie drooling over the latest food trends on Instagram and watching Tasty videos on an endless loop.
Facebook is hosting 'Cannected' events around the world for creatives who can't make it to Cannes Lions
The spirit of the festival will come to New York, London, Sao Paulo, Sydney and Johannesburg.
Becoming a Snapchat Discover Partner led Scripps Networks to reframe its entire digital strategy.
Ben & Jerry's, Kroger, Muscle Milk show their support for causes around climate change and veterans.
This copywriter has been mourning the end of HBO's dark comedy "Big Little Lies." To lift her spirits, she follows colorful design blogs and social accounts.
Unilever and Pepsi tie for most effective marketer; IPG is named most effective holding company for first time.
On International Children's Day, campaign sheds light on violence, early pregnancy and child labor.
The restaurant chain introduces online ordering through Twitter and Facebook.
What the e-retailer has learned about conversational commerce from its chatbot powered by IBM's Watson.
When this account manager isn't listening to Apple Music playlists, he's kicking it old-school with vinyl records and paper books.
Surprising research from the streaming service finds people prefer laughter with their breakfast cereal.
Economic losses are down for the first time in three years, finds a study conducted with White Ops.
#IPumpedHere aims to raise awareness about workplace support for new moms.
The brand is on a mission to expand the diversity of its creative team.
The Father's Day spot, from Grey New York, finds a new twist on the parent-versus-technology challenge.
A 15-part video series teaches viewers how to make 20 original recipes.
This digital director likes to bookend his days with podcasts, listening to his favorite shows during his morning commute and while getting ready for bed.
The search giant's AI-driven visual search app gives advertisers new ways to connect with consumers.
Automated recommendations will help pinners discover more of what they find appealing.
Sprout Social finds 67 percent of consumers prefer helpfulness to sassiness.