This Week In Social, Pinterest Lens takes visual search to the next level, as Facebook clamps down on discriminatory advertising and YouTube joins the live video streaming bandwagon.
Facebook has developed several new policies and tools to clamp down on discriminatory advertising, based on race, ethnicity, nationality, age, religion, sexual orientation and more…
The social media giant doesn’t want users to leave the platform, so is rolling out a new weather feature. Check out the full weather forecast inside Facebook’s mobile app and desktop site.
You can now embed animated GIFs with Facebook ads! Pretty cool, huh?
Facebook has made something of a tradition out of adding new features around holidays. It’s February, so of course, that means a Valentine’s treat...
As Twitter’s revenues continue to stagnate, the platform is rethinking its ad strategy in a bid to capitalise on user growth. Advertisers, stay tuned.
Twitter's latest updates are designed to address the concerns and abuse that have plagued numerous users.
YouTube just added a new feature to its mobile app that lets content creators reach out to fans more personally.
Pinterest Lens, a new visual search tool, uses machine vision to detect objects in the real world and suggest related items on the platform!
Noticed a popularity spike in Adidas trainers? Here’s how social media has heled the brand drive sales…
It can take a lifetime to build a good reputation, but as Uber has recently realised, social media can put it all at risk - in no time at all.
Things aren’t the same without Planet Earth II, are they? Don’t worry, our uncontrollable sobs have been heard and now the BBC and Snapchat brings us new mini-sodes! (David Attenborough not included)
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