We've come a long way in six years, but we’re just getting started. 🙏
When your Chief Creative Officer is the most creative. Congrats, Alyson!
Wall Street Journal x @JasonWStein x future of Media. Listen here.
They make the cognac. We make the videos. Everything is fresh.
When your digital video ends up being a Super Bowl ad.
All vertical everything, with the data to prove it.
And Digiday's Content Marketer of the Year goes to... our chief creative officer, Alyson Warshaw.
Inside the making of an Olympics meme that was viewed 45 million times https://t.co/nqoQlZYye4— Digiday (@Digiday) August 22, 2016
Cycle crushed #Rio2016
Leader of the new. Congrats to our CEO Jason Stein for being named in Adweek’s 2016 Young Influential list.
The future of live has arrived.
Influencers are mass media entities. Jason breaks down the economics in a video series on AdAge.
The man behind the innovation.
Snapchat lenses for a week. 1bn Facebook impressions. What you can get online in lieu of that $5m Super Bowl spot. https://t.co/rdu4JNHm5U— Digiday (@Digiday) February 3, 2016
Digiday breaks down how a Super Bowl size investment in Cycle gets you so much content and reach.
We are truly honored to be named to Advertising Age's 2016 Agency A-List Standouts.
This is how we created a global media network.
Jason on everyone's favorite ad unit: the Snapchat lens.
Ad Age's Women to Watch 2015: These 20 women are breaking new ground in marketing and media. http://t.co/iL4bkPDZJn— Ad Age (@adage) June 1, 2015
Liz Eswein a.k.a. LS Exec Director a.k.a. @newyorkcity a.k.a. Woman to Watch
Sports powerhouse Wasserman Media acquires Laundry Service http://t.co/NZLjNFMyY8— Ad Age (@adage) April 20, 2015
Started from the bottom, now we're just getting started.
Laundry Service's Jason Stein: 'Separating creative and media buying isn’t best' http://t.co/IuckP0qKFY— Digiday (@Digiday) April 28, 2015
Killer Q&A with Jason on all things social, digital and entrepreneurship.
Honored to be included in Advertising Age's 2015 A-List!
Off the court, social has become athletes' most important asset.
Must read for sports marketers: Buzzfeed piece on Laundry Service, the company revolutionizing the athlete ad buy https://t.co/A7N657Vqdn— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 12, 2015
We couldn't have said it better!
That time we turned the NBA into emojis.
Best day ever.
Well, this was fun.
Forbes honored us in Media Companies of Tomorrow, and Jason made their 30 Under 30!
We are thrilled to be a Facebook Marketing Partner, helping build out Instagram ads.
Liz is one of AdWeek's Creative 100!
Looking for effective ad creative? Try an Instagram photo http://t.co/ziWy9rgYLQ— Ad Age (@adage) May 2, 2014
We did a massive study on the most effective types of ad creative. The winner? Instagram.
Social Media Stars Use Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr to Build Their Career http://t.co/DvmpHlUQWC— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 13, 2014
Look ma, we made the paper! Sunday Styles. Front page. Pretty photo. Pretty cool!
Twitter’s New Direct Messaging Feature Is an Opportunity for Brands http://t.co/gPIuSZ7ECb— CMO Today (@wsjCMO) April 20, 2015
Twitter messaging app is comin' and Jason's obvi on it.
Jason breaks down Super Bowl XLIX ads.
Aaand "the most influential person on Instagram" goes to our very own Exec Director, Liz Eswein.
Early Thumbs Up for Twitter's New Video Ads...Considerably cheaper than buying video views on YouTube http://t.co/szxdxXHaZd— CMO Today (@wsjCMO) August 20, 2014
Our Aussie import Jeremy Leon sharing our data + talking Twitter video ads in WSJ.
And Liz a.k.a. @newyorkcity is the first daughter!
Throw on your Oculus shades, take a look into the future of social with Jason.
Using a network of Instagrammers as a virtual creative agency: http://t.co/hRnXK1aYER— Forbes Tech News (@ForbesTech) April 28, 2014
Forbes shows love to Cycle.
Honored to have leaders recognize our hard work.
Tradical 360 included us in their ‘5 Fav Agencies’ list. Thanks Tradical!
Twitter vs Facebook. @jasonwstein x @moorehn.
Our clients are psyched about FB's Buy button.
Beyond the 'like': What comes next in social measurement http://t.co/JFwZp1UTqe— Digiday (@Digiday) July 29, 2014
We just wanna be measured on achieving your biz objectives.
Hey CMOs, Facebook says there are 28,000 of you http://t.co/uIrboFRWKI— Ad Age (@adage) April 29, 2014
Ad Age wrote a very lol-worthy story based on LS data!
In this byline for CNBC... well, Jason called it...
Facebook introduces job-title ad targeting, taking a shot at LinkedIn http://t.co/JkFMqbEO42— Ad Age (@adage) February 21, 2014
Facebook adds job title targeting. Ad Age asks Jason about it. We add article to site. #clockwork
Grainy or glossy? The photos that do best on Instagram and Pinterest: http://t.co/IaltoW7gBu— Digiday (@Digiday) April 4, 2014
More data-driven creative, plz!
Instagram tiptoes back to ads - and gets another earful http://t.co/wTmSiBs701— Digiday (@Digiday) March 15, 2014
Instagram ads are back. Stein and Zuck are quoted. Digiday is on it.
Wanna create successful ads on Facebook? Create great content. We spoke to Digiday about it.
GoPro is evolving into an unconventional media company: http://t.co/IZV9vGW3X4— Businessweek (@BW) March 14, 2014
Jason's in Business Week talking GoPro's future as a media company.
So many brands do real-time wrong. Ross explains how to RTM right.
Why anonymity is about to have its moment in the sun in the social era. http://t.co/MSfSnwCxj4— Digiday (@Digiday) February 10, 2014
What's the deal with anonymous social apps? Jason explains to Digiday.
"Facebook is Apple and Facebook is LeBron." Also, Facebook is the future.
Facebook didn't wanna buy Tumblr, and Jason's got the data-driven reasons. (Hint: mobile)
This remains the most shared article ever on CNBC.com.
Ross spoke to CNBC about Instagram ads before Instagram ads were a thing.
Jason chatted with Spain's biggest newspaper on using social media to win elections.
Bad News Could Drive Marketers Away From Twitter http://t.co/bWlppDukvv— CNBC (EMEA) (@CNBC_EMEA) April 26, 2013
When bad news hits, pause ads immediately.
The Most Important Thing Facebook Did This Year http://t.co/2Nj1RFyctu— CNBCWorld (@CNBCWorld) May 17, 2013
Jason spoke to CNBC about the big year of mobile changes at Facebook.