In this week’s #MMSocialReport – The North Face and Spotify team up to create a super cool playlist with a twist, research on Twitter bots and Facebook job posts, another Google App was released, and a tiny robot dog trained to monitor your social media accounts now exists.
In this week’s #MMSocialReport — Twitter is becoming the best method of getting in contact with CEOs, Facebook takes internet stalking to the next level, Disney’s research team is making sure your phone never dies again, and… just when you thought you’d heard the last of him, MySpace Tom is back with a vengeance.
In this week’s #MMSocialReport – Snapchat original shows are a thing, Musical.ly is aiming to take over the social media world, you can learn a new language from GIFs, and Facebook updates galore!
It was almost Christmas time and all was bright
As Santa sat by the firelight.
He sat in Santa HQ, preparing with cheer,
wondering, “What could I do different this year?”
He heard a tap on glass and a faint hoot
Saw an owl with a scroll about as big as his boot
“Come inside, little one!” Santa jollily boomed
Unrolling a scroll the length of the room.
“What do we have here!” He cried, chuckling some
“What? Facebook can be really dumb!
Who is this from, Metter Media in Cambridge, MA?
A social media wishlist, they say.”
Then Santa’s eyes did sparkle bright
He looked out into the dark night
And vowed to make each wish come true
If Facebook can’t fix it, Santa can do!
Metter Media’s Social Media Wishlist
In this week’s #MMSocialReport, the world will find out the real truth – are you following your loyal Instagram followers? If not, you’re about to get caught red-handed with Instagram’s latest update, Nielsen takes on the power of social media and begins to crunch real-time data from Facebook and Instagram, and Facebook takes a stand against hate speech. All this, and more in this week’s roundup!
In this week’s #MMSocialReport, Twitter has announced that it will extend its 140 character limit to 10,000, Periscope CEO Kayvon Beykpour gives insight about the direction the app will take in 2016 (and its influence on the presidential election this year), and how Instagram’s app suite will give businesses leverage to produce engaging content in 2016.