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New This Week: Facebook Reveals More Transparency Measures

In an effort to quell worries over how information is being used and who is using it, Facebook revealed even more transparency measures that allows users to easily identify where the admins of pages “with large US audiences” are located. (Note, the threshold for what constitutes a large audience has not been identified by Facebook.)…

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New This Week: Facebook and Instagram Introduce Time Tracking Features

How much time do you spend on social media? If you’re like me, once I start scrolling, it can be hard to stop. Both Facebook and Instagram recently introduced new time tracking features to help users easily find out how much time they’re really spending on the apps. What new time tracking features are being…

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New This Week: As Twitter Spam Decreases, Engagement Rates Are Rising!

It’s clean up time and Twitter spam bots stand no chance! Over the past few weeks, many users experienced a decrease in their following number as the platform removed locked accounts and those that tweet out spammy content. Additionally, on Friday, July 27, Twitter reported a loss of about a million monthly active users in…

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New This Week: Instagram Updates July 2018

New week, new Instagram update! In the ever-changing world of the Internet, we can always count on our favorite social media platforms to be at the forefront of creating new features that leave users coming back for more. Last week, Instagram started testing new features that will affect the way both your average user and advertisers…

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New This Week: Facebook Updates July 2018

The Internet is a complex, constantly changing environment, and social media platforms must be continuously updated to keep up. This month, Facebook has started testing four features that will affect digital marketers and users alike.  Read on to find out more about these Facebook updates and why they are important to brands, advertisers and users….

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New This Week: Facebook Stories Archives

Over the past few weeks, Facebook rolled out a new feature, Facebook Stories archives, to users that lets you store your stories just like Instagram did late last year. This provides a functional purpose for lots of brands that use Facebook stories actively. This is a small, but relevant, addition, especially considering the growth in…

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New This Week: New Instagram Features Roll Out

After the company announced them last month, new Instagram features have officially started rolling out. Starting this week, users will be able to video chat in direct messages, have access to more camera filters and explore Topic Channels. Check out a rundown of these new Instagram features below. Topic Channels on the Explore Page Instagram’s…

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How To Easily Download Instagram Content for Regrams

Instagram is the world’s most popular photo sharing app; with its visual marketing component, it is no wonder there are over 800+ million users on the platform. The application allows users to express their creative freedom and give others a peek into their everyday lives. For businesses, brands and influencers alike, having an aesthetically pleasing…

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New This Week: New YouTube Features Announced at VidCon 2018

At VidCon last week, new YouTube features were announced that focus on alternative monetization aimed at keeping users on the platform after a year of lowered ad revenue for and strained relationships with creators. Neal Mohan, Chief Production Officer at YouTube, said about the new features, “As in previous years, the vast majority of the…

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Instagram Launches IGTV for Creators, Allows One Hour Video Uploads

Yesterday afternoon at a San Francisco Press Event, Instagram announced that it will start allowing users to upload videos up to one hour in length. This new platform capability, called IGTV, brings the video length allowance a full 59 minutes above the previous one-minute allotment. “It’s time for video to move forward, and evolve,” said…

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