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?
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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For the past decade, location-tagged tweets have been a useful (if imperfect) tool for anyone trying to connect time, place, and information in ways that told us something about the world.
Finally, a bit more feature parity between core Twitter and TweetDeck.
The Philadelphia Inquirer’s audience team used to spend 80% of its time on Twitter for a 2-3% return in referral traffic.
April’s social platform updates including one of the largest Facebook refreshes to date, Twitter captions, Instagram live Q&A, and LinkedIn reactions, among other engagement, privacy, and marketing focused updates.
A few months ago, a hoax Twitter account purporting to be Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib made some waves online. The Detroit Free Press covered the story, but it also took to Twitter to try and discredit it. No, @RashidaTlaib did NOT tweet about Americans “raping and pillaging my people.” It’s a hoax.
An exploration of the chemistry network on Twitter, its silos, and its silo breakers.