June was a busy month in the social media world! Facebook rolled out numerous updates, and Tumblr and Reddit also made news. Here are the social media updates from June 2015.
Now you can view Snaps and Stories a single tap, instead of tapping and holding.
Facebook is rolling out video ads amongst a small test group of publishers in a move designed to attract more content and ad revenue.
Live social streaming is the new thing that has digital marketers abuzz. But businesses must determine whether it’s too early to test new waters or not.
Buyable pins are now available to United States iOS users on either the iPhone or iPad app.
Facebook’s news feed algorithm will be adjusted according to interactions with videos
Here are ten campaigns launched by a variety of brands that prove when done correctly, reddit can be a major assist for brands.
We’ve heard references eluding to the idea that Facebook was favoring native video uploads vs. third-party video embeds. Here’s what we found out.
Facebook announced a useful new addition that will help page owners measure the success of their videos across custom date ranges.
Social software company Buffer has analyzed 4.8 million tweets to determine when are the best times to tweet according to your timezone.
Facebook took the last remaining step toward truly making Messenger its own platform, announcing today that people will be able to use the service without a Facebook account.
Instagram announced that it has added new search functionality to its iOS and Android apps that will allow users to find photos by location, discover real-time trending searches, and more.
When most digital marketers talk about social media marketing, they discuss the obvious platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Tumblr. Reddit? Not so much. If you have not considered adding Reddit to you social media marketing plan, you could be missing out.
Pinterest may not be the first site you think of, in terms of either marketing or reputation management. But if you think it’s just for cute cat photos, think again. Set up your site right and you could achieve huge successes.
Twitter announced it is slowly beginning to roll out two new features that it claims will make it easier to discover products and places.
Facebook has introduced a way for publishers to grow their following with a new feature called Author Tags. When implemented on a website, Author Tags allow people to easily follow the author of a piece of content they found on Facebook.
Pinterest has made it easier to find the pins and users you’re looking for with more streamlined search suggestions, the company stated in an announcement today.
Twitter announced it is the latest social network to autoplay videos by default, following a trend made popular by platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
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Facebook announced it has added a new ranking factor to its News Feed algorithm. In addition to likes, comments, and shares — Facebook will now take into account the time people spend with a piece of content.