As we all get used to a new way of working, today’s newsletter gives you quick tips and resources to continue to adapt your efforts to meet an increasing appetite for edifying, entertaining and consistent content on social media.
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As social media professionals, it is our responsibility to take a step back and evaluate how our work can best contribute to public safety, health, and well-being.
This week’s theme: social video! We’re rounded up the most recent articles about trends, best practices, and case studies about video on social media.
Over the course of the year, we tracked over 300 changes, updates and new features across all your favorite social media networks and platforms. Of those updates, clear patterns have emerged.
Facebook dominates this month’s update with long-requested features for Facebook Live and Instagram. Broadcast previews! Scheduling Instagram posts! Video trimming! Read on for the full list of updates, plus a juicy “rumors” list that hint at other big changes coming down the pike later this fall.
What are major trends that will be a focus in 2019? Social CEOs, UGC content, personalized social advertising, advanced social listening, Stories, chatbots, and measuring dark social.
Couldn’t make it to ONA this year? Me, neither. Here are my takeaways from nine different panels I was able to follow via Twitter, ranging from topics like social media subcultures, engagement for podcasts, Reddit for journalists and of course Amy Webb’s annual Tech Trends report.
How Mic turned to social listening to determine the subject of its new verticals.
Research & Reports In a sign of increasing competition, Twitch has doubled the number of streamers on its platform…
At its best, social media is all about making connections and building communities that didn’t exist before. Today’s newsletter focuses on the practice of engaging audiences, from niche and hyper-local to national.