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:
Awesome news in this week’s #MMSocialReport: Adobe is finally killing off Flash, and Microsoft confirms that Paint will still be available for Windows 10.
We also cover a Google Chrome extension that will allow you to view Facebook stories on it’s browser, BuzzFeed is selling a hot plate that can be connected to your smartphone, and lastly find out what the Snapchat Hotdog means for the future of AR.
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!
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: 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.