Earlier this week Twitter launched @TwitterGaming; it’s very own dedicated channel to ramp up efforts in becoming a major player in the gaming space.
Your Tweets can soon appear in marketing campaigns as the reported ‘brand enthusiast gallery’ will allow advertisers to source posts related to products, and ultimately use them within campaigns on the site.
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Periscope videos will soon autoplay in Tweets which means not only will users no longer have to open another website or app to view streams, but that Twitter streams are about to become a lot noisier.
Reports of Snapchat looking to acquire new ad technology is beginning to look like the channel is making moves to automate ad sales.
The search feature on Instagram has been updated this week, and like Facebook, it now gives more information on those whom you are searching for.
Social Media may not be the first place people go to when looking to meditate, however Periscope seems to be the new hub for zen-seekers.
Brands went wild after it was recently announced that the old-school UK hit, ‘Robot Wars’ will soon break the peace and appear on TV screens once again.
UK Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn had his Twitter account hacked this week – and despite being quickly removed, the hoax Tweets still racked up around 2,000 retweets.
Germany’s highest court calls ‘Foe’ on Facebook’s ‘Friend Finder’ as it declares the feature unlawful.
A tongue-in-cheek campaign that perfectly suits the upcoming film of an unconventional superhero…