The Kamber Blog
Facebook is trying to stamp out content scrapers, YouTube is making changes to their TrueView metric and Twitter is adding more context to trending tweets.
This week we’re saying goodbye to Google+, exploring ‘Snap Originals’ through VR and taking a look at 3D photos on Facebook. All that and more in this week’s Platform Five.
LinkedIn is making changes to improve ROI, Reddit achieved 1 billion video views per month on their native video player and Facebook had another security breach.
Stories ads are now available on Facebook, LinkedIn launched their Talent Insights platform and Twitter is asking for group feedback on their policy changes.
Shopping tags have been rolled out across Instagram Stories, Twitter is shifting their focus away from algorithms with two new changes and Pinterest has opened their API to third-parties.
Facebook is working to help better protect their advertiser’s brands, YouTube is launching vertical video ad formats and Pinterest has reached 250 million daily active users.
Twitter is testing new layouts for replies, Instagram could be launching a standalone shopping app and YouTube has introduced new charitable giving tools.
Facebook is expanding its organic A/B testing, Twitter now suggests accounts for you to unfollow and Instagram has made the verification process a little bit easier.
Facebook is making changes left, right and centre this week with updates to ad targeting, ad asset creation tools, Stories and spam reporting. Meanwhile, Instagram has made updates to their content discovery features.
Instagram has been hacked again, Facebook is taking more steps to improve transparency on the platform and LinkedIn is relaunching groups.
Big changes (that could affect organic reach) are been tested and rolled out across Facebook, Pinterest is rolling out max width videos to all advertisers and Snapchat daily active users are on the decline.
New voice-activated lenses have been rolled out on Snapchat, tweets can no longer be automatically cross-posted to Facebook, and Facebook and Instagram now tell you how long you’re spending on the platform.
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