November 25, 2016
This Week in Social Twitter's had a whale of a fail plus Facebook rolls out a change to Search. Read on for all of this week's social media news.
After recently requesting Pages to list WiFi locations at physical addresses, Facebook looks to be testing a new feature that allows users to find the nearest hotspots!
What could be perceived as a move to get into China’s good books – the platform has been working on geographical censorship features to hide specific posts from users in a specific country.
Facebook Search has come a long way over the years – check out the new design to help overcome and simplify the complexities that come with its evolution.
Twitter’s ongoing strategy is firmly focused on video, video, video – and they plan to use it to help reach profitability in 2017.
Just a bit of fun – this new tool lets you put in two account handles to blend together a perfectly mashed-up tweet. Give it a try!
A new Periscope update is letting broadcasters send invites to viewers to follow their account, and even share their streamed content.
Some further video updates in the land of Instagram: The platform now lets users go live with their stories and send videos in direct-messages.
In an industry-first, Lidl is giving its customers the power to price drop selected Christmas products. The more we Tweet about them – the lower the price!
This week Twitter suspended its own CEO’s account…
Not only have social conversations been in decline, but research shows that we’re more likely to be posting about how much we hate Black Friday than raving about our bargains.
Using 360-video technology, this Salvation Army campaign shows the true face of poverty that is often just out of view.
Known for their “wow” music videos, OKGO have done it again…