Snapchat May be the New Place for Engaging Advertisement
Twitter Rolls Out New Customer Service Features
Snapchat is gaining momentum in advertising and could be teaming up with Fandango to promote box office movie ticket purchases in the near future.
Instagram Comments Can’t Claim ‘#NoFilter’ After the App’s Latest Update
Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, SnapChat, and Instagram give large companies the chance to reach out and connect with their customers beyond conventional customer service. But, new research has found that about 70% of negative feedback is ignored by companies online. Twitter has the chance to change that statistic by giving brands new resources to encourage customer support interactions on their platform.
Twitter is Keeping it Fresh
Have you ever received rude or inappropriate comments on your Instagram photos? Or maybe you’re just tired of seeing negative commentary splattered all over posts from your favorite brand or celeb. Whether you’re the victim or the witness of unfavorable Instagram interactions, you’ll appreciate Instagram’s latest means of battling online bullying and harassment.
LinkedIn Lite: The Rural Solution
Twitter is desperately trying to keep up with the pack. The tech world is continuing to evolve at a rapid rate, yet Twitter seems to be lacking a few key features that other messaging apps have been incorporating in their services for a while.
Facebook Tips to help your Business Grow
With social media platforms across the board developing more efficient lite versions of their websites and applications, LinkedIn has finally jumped on the bandwagon.
The Endless Possibilities of Facebook’s New AI Open-Source Coding
Facebook is the largest social network in the world. With over 1 billion daily active users, it makes sense for businesses to take advantage of it’s reach. Using what Facebook has to offer can help your business engage with more customers and stand out from the competition.
Are you too old to use Facebook's new app?
AI (artificial intelligence) seemed to be something that would only be possible in the future. It turns out that so-called future is here. AI is everywhere, especially social media. Facebook uses AI software to recognize the faces of your friends when you post an image. Facial identification is just the tip of the iceberg for what Facebook is currently working on.
The Trouble of Facebook's Trends' Setting
Lifestage, the new app launched by Facebook, is a visual profile that lets users post videos . Lifestage is restricted to students 21 years old and UNDER. It is intended for high school students to meet other classmates in their school or nearby.
Facebook has established another way to make your experience more personal. Last month, the Facebook ad preferences were modified to allow users to choose what kinds of ads are seen in their feed. Most recently, the descriptions from the Trending feature were removed and replaced with the amount of people talking about them.