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:
Welcome back to the #MMSocialReport — this week we’re covering the celebration of Pride on social media, Bitmoji’s continued takeover of Snapchat, video selfies — which are a thing now (and are apparently different from regular videos), Facebook’s update to Safety Check, and Chrome killing pop-up ads.
This week on the #MMSocialReport: your favorite shows are moving to social media, Facebook signs new deals with several independent digital publications to push out original content in the future, Twitter adds in-app messaging feature in an attempt to optimize user experience, advertisers are starting to place ads on GIFs, and, there’s a good chance you’re using your Linkedin profile wrong.
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.
This week’s #MMSocialReport brings good news and bad: Facebook is increasing its efforts to monitor harmful posts, but a social media app disappeared this week.
We also covered Twitter’s next step in the live video takeover and Apple’s latest mobile app. A lot went on in social media this week and you could use the update:
In this week’s #MMSocialReport — Instagram is Facebook, Twitter is TV, and the world is a good place thanks to Social Media.