The first Instagram ad debuted Friday, from fashion brand Michael Kors, CNET reported, and if the comments in the screenshot above are any indication, users of the Facebook-owned photo-sharing network are not happy, despite the fact that Instagram announced the addition of advertising to its feed in early October, and previewed what the ads would look like last week.
Earlier this month, Instagram announced that it would begin introducing advertising into its feed, and Thursday, the Facebook-owned photo-sharing network offered examples of what the ads — which have yet to launch — will look like.
Social commerce platform 8thBridge Graphite from 8thBridge is now fully integrated with the Web store, technology, marketing services, and agency services of eBay-owned GSI Commerce, the two companies announced.
We all know the five-second reaction to seeing a friend’s birthday on Facebook — a basic greeting posted to their timeline. What if you want to do more? Several companies are filling the gap and making a statement with social gifting, allowing people to give real-life presents to their friends. While entities such as Wrapp and Gifties are getting a foothold in the market, Facebook announced Thursday the launch of Gifts, a native program where users can give things such as Gund teddy bears, Starbucks gift cards, and Star Wars flash drives.