Will Facebook challenge networks by offering TV-quality videos? How do you use Snapchat’s latest map feature? How can you earn money by being broadcasters at Periscope? Can you instantly find related ideas by using Pinterest Lens? And what is the latest feature of Instagram “Replays” about? These questions and more are all answered in this week’s #MMSocialReport:
This week on the #MMSocialReport: updates from social media giants including Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook; content sharing platform Youtube still optimizing its streaming feature; Grindr attempts to transform the social media platform into a news source for the LGBTQ community.
In this week’s #MMSocialReport: Facebook Live’s new update and a review of their persistent issues with censorship, Snap Inc’s new home, WhatsApp’s long-awaited improvements, and Tom Brady — need we say more? Read on for the full scoop:
In this week’s #MMSocialReport – An in-depth prediction of social media trends for 2017, how Facebook’s new technology aims to help people, a look into Timehop’s past and future, Facebook’s newest venture into virtual reality, and big expectations for Microsoft and LinkedIn.
It’s time for the last #MMSocialReport of 2016! It has been a crazy but monumental year for social media — in both good ways and bad. In this week’s report: a review of some of the most important social media milestones of 2016, the podcast popularity boom that led to audio-only Facebook Live broadcasts, Snapchat’s newest craze, Twitter’s new 360-degree Periscope live streams, and an insightful analysis of the year’s fake news problem including why you won’t find it on LinkedIn.
In this week’s #MMSocialReport – Facebook’s colorful new update, Uber’s new Snapchat filters, a complete calendar of hashtag holidays for 2017 and how to use them, Oculus VR’s new social hangout, and some of the most popular social networks around the world. Dig in as we wrap up the year with plenty of “what’s next”: