With the end of summer quickly coming up, we’ve got another #MMSocialReport for you! Instagram launches live group chat, Youtube has a new chat feature, and of course Facebook is working on some big things. All this and more in this week’s report:
Vine, the once popular video-sharing platform, has been out of the online discussion for a while (and we miss it!). After Twitter discontinued Vine, many popular Viners had to switch to other social media platforms. We got in touch with Bostonian comedian, now relocated to Los Angeles, and former Viner Ry Doon to get his thoughts on current social media trends.
Ry jumpstarted his career on Vine and attracted huge following with his funny skits and impressions. After Vine was shut down, Ry had to switch to other platforms and relocate himself on social media. Once being one of the most recognized Viners, with nearly 4 million followers, Ry is now focusing on his career as a comedian and growing his presence on social media.
Welcome to this week’s #MMSocialReport! We’ve got plenty of news about Snapchat (is it finally the end for the app?), the potential for sponsored GIFs from Giphy, and a mysterious video-chat project from Facebook.
This week’s #MMSocialReport is all about updates. Snapchat rolled out an update with Tint Brush, Google gave us a new security feature warning about unauthorized apps, and Amazon’s latest mobile update includes an Instagram-like feature called Amazon Spark.
Friday is here, social media nerds… and so is the #MMSocialReport! Facebook introduces a new function to help advertisers reach consumers better through video, Instagram has a one-up on Snapchat (but it still feels like copying), and a Snapchat update brings three new features — all this and more in this week’s report!
Welcome back to the #MMSocialReport — this week we are celebrating the 2 billion users hit by Facebook, introducing the new security feature of Pinterest, updated custom geofilters on Snapchat, a group sharing feature called ‘Favorites’ on Instagram and YouTube’s update to display vertical videos more properly. Read it now to catch the trends!