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!
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:
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That may be true in some situations, but when you’re one of the most successful social media networks in the world, does imitating your competition help or hinder your success?
Don’t get me wrong, I love a good Story — but when I want to post a Story, I go to Snapchat, because that’s what it’s for.
Working in the social media world, I spend a lot of time thinking about and posting content. But lately, I’ve been finding it difficult to decide which app to post to, because they all have overlapping features — and, frankly, overlapping audiences.
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!
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.