January’s 10 most important social media platform changes, feature releases, and updates that producers, editors and managers should know.
How big is Facebook, really? Can we sort the numbers from the hype on TikTok?
A big change comes to Twitter, tighter controls on YouTube content for kids, and the beginning of the end of…
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.
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Facebook insists we’re “More Together,” and is using survey data to find out precisely how to bring us there.
Facebook is where the world goes to communicate. And with over 2.3 billion users, one thing is clear: your brand needs to market on it. So in this article, we’ll show you how to build a Facebook presence from scratch.
Facebook’s move last year to discourage passive consumption of content, especially videos, has impacted engagement. Average daily time spent on the platform by US adult users fell by 3 minutes in 2018. And that time will remain unchanged this year, per the latest eMarketer forecast on US time spent with media. In fact, we have reduced our forecast for Facebook compared with the previous figures released in Q3 2018.
Groups and events have become prioritized in Facebook’s new redesign, impacting the ways brands connect with users. While attention is drawn away from ads in the news feed, Groups could potentially encourage more organic, measurable brand engagement.