Social media updates from November 2015 include changes from Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, Reddit, Snapchat, and Tumblr.
Here are a few brands who are succeeding at keeping it real on social media and creating solid, human connections in the process.
In a major update to Google+, Google has removed all local business info from Google+. Is it the end-of-the line for Google+ Local or just another reformat?
Currently, in order to have two accounts with the photo-sharing platform, you must completely log out of one and re-login with another email address and password. The new multi-login feature was first reported on Twitter by user @fro_rouge last week.
According to the Facebook Newsroom, this new feature will allow users to share streaming videos they are seeing in real-time.
To share a live video, click “Update Status” and then look for the “Live Video” icon, next to the photo, tag, and emoticon options on your iPhone. The icon appears as a person with two rings around their head.
Snapchat recently announced it will allow Discover Channel partners to link directly to their content on the platform using deep links. This means publishers such as Hearst, IGN, Vox, BuzzFeed, CNN, and Vice will be able to post links on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter that will take users directly to their Snapchat profiles and posts.
Facebook launched Instagram Ads a while ago; and starting this December 2015, businesses can now run Instagram Ads without having an Instagram account.
Did you know that Instagram is the fastest growing social media platform among adults in the US? Use these 5 tips to grow your Instagram followers for free!
It’s no secret that influencer marketing is catching fire but as with anything new there is a learning curve. Here are the best tips and tricks I’ve seen after connecting brands and influencers on over 20,000 videos on FameBit.
Beyond posting when a new article goes live, how can you use Facebook for greater traction? There are numerous creative ways to drive traffic to your blog.
In the spirit of sharing the “latest and greatest” features that Facebook Ads has to offer, here are three recent updates that you may not be using yet.
Learn how to write and share better social media content for your platforms and audience, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Learn how to lower the CPC of your Facebook ads by getting more people to click on them.
Tempted to tap into the social part of social media? You could end up hurting your reputation. Find out how to hit the right tone and amplify your voice, without having a very public reputation meltdown.
The new detailed targeting will make advertising on Facebook easier. Hopefully this should decrease CPMs for the narrow audiences, but only time will tell.
Here’s a look at what IHOP is doing on social media and how they could improve, coupled with how and why Denny’s is taking the (pan)cake in terms of their social presence.
Last night, Reddit announced that it has retired the Shadowban, and detailed their new account suspension policy.
Learn how to overcome the challenges of marketing to millennials from Mindy Weinstein of Bruce Clay Inc.
How can you be sure that you are properly leveraging “interest targeting” on Facebook? Here are a few key tricks and tips to follow.
Do your homework before you run your social media marketing campaigns and you’ll save a lot of time and effort in the long run.