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Instagram has officially launched their IGTV, Snapchat added new features to their Snap Map, and Facebook has introduced a paid subscription model for groups.
Currently, 60% of individuals use the internet more than 5 times a day, with 91% saying that Facebook was their preferred social media platform. These statistics show that the online community is a vital area companies should be taking advantage of to reach consumers.
Embarrassing messages can now be unsent on Snapchat, shopping tags can be added straight into Instagram Stories, and we get a sneak peek at what 3D posts will look like on Facebook.
Around 6,000 tweets are tweeted per second. That equates to approximately 500 million tweets being sent per day! With such high traffic on the platform, how does Twitter decipher what tweets you should be seeing?
There’s 157 new emojis in town, Instagram has revealed the inner workings of their algorithm, and they could be introducing hour long in-feed videos.
Snapchat has introduced a new voice reactive lens, Instagram is tackling FOMO and Snap Inc. launches a new initiative to help creatives.
Our news feeds are a mix of posts from family, friends, our favourite sports teams, retailers, restaurants and news providers. What we see, however, is only a small selection of what our networks actually publish. So how do social media platforms prioritise the stories we see every day?
Data security and transparency is on everyone’s minds this week as the EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect today but there were some exciting features added to Instagram this week.
Snapchat has conceded and is bringing back the old app design, Instagram is measuring just how much time you spend on the platform and Facebook has uncovered 200 apps that may have misused personal data.
How do social media platforms prioritise the stories we see every day? Our new fortnightly series called Social Media Algorithms will tell you everything you need to know.
Influence measurement veteran Klout are closing their doors, Facebook and Instagram have had some updates and Twitter could give other messaging apps a run for their money.
The next 12 months promise big changes for the Facebook Incorporation family. F8, the two-day conference run by Facebook Incorporation, saw a range of announcements relating to new Facebook privacy measures, Oculus Go and new features to each mobile app.
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