#MMSocialReport Feb. 16, 2018


There’s a lot of exciting social media news this week! Instagram is testing its screenshots, identifying, and re-sharing functions. Facebook has a new Lists feature and is testing the ‘Downvote’ option. At the same time, Snapchat’s Snap Map allows you to follow social trend around the world — on a new web platform. Read more about the social media trends this week in our #MMSocialReport:

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#MMSocialReport Feb. 9, 2018



Lots happened on social media this week — are you caught up? Instagram introduced Type Mode and another new feature for advertisers. Snapchat is trying to keep up, following behind with new fonts and new features (and no one’s happy). Facebook wants to expand its video capabilities. Also — get a first look at the next batch of Emojis! Read more in this weeks #MMSocialReport:
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#MMSocialReport Feb. 2, 2018


It’s our first #MMSocialReport of the year! What’s new: a big Bitmoji update, while Twitter attempts to perfect its previews, children advocates don’t like Messenger Kids, Instagram adds more options for advertisers and Google reaches more people than ever with Youtube Go.   
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Facebook Stories: Imitation, But Not Flattery

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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.

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Metter Media Social Report, March 31, 2017


Facebook takes over on this week’s #MMSocialReport — from Facebook Stories to Facebook fundraising, the social media app had a huge week for unveiling new tools and features for their users. But what do you think about it?

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