This week’s wrap on social media has a common theme, there’s a lot of feature testing that helps users better engage with content. With Twitter testing new reply formats and Facebook testing links in stories and a ‘things in common’ label.
While it is still early days, smart businesses will be familiarising themselves with the Facebook Watch and Show pages now so they can stay ahead of the curve as the social media landscape changes once again.
Whenever we are looking to modify our less confident behaviours, there’s two fundamental responses. We can either; keep moving away from the stimuli thereby reinforcing those patterns and habits, reinforcing the relationship between the stimulus and the response. Or, we can move towards the stimuli until we condition ourselves to have a more positive response.
Our children give us the greatest opportunity for the “ideal” parent to show up in our lives – and theirs. Parenting consciously has made me a better person, in fact, a better everything. When I hear my son say, “I want to be a dad, just like you,” it melts me every time. Father’s Day reminds me to celebrate the great gifts parenthood brings.
Facebook continues to roll out features, the first with an ads creative tool for turning images into videos together with allowing admins to pin comments inside Groups. Instagram rolls out a new engagement tool and LinkedIn is making it easier for candidates to find jobs with their preferred companies.
As this week closes, the news is that LinkedIn is rolling out voice messaging (finally) and re-launching their popular Groups platform in a new way. Exciting moves around augmented reality in Facebook Messenger; tests letting users subscribe to news stories and a new...
This week Pinterest gets serious with video, Whatsapp allows businesses to connect direct with customers. Facebook shows its appreciation for local businesses and also announces 'playable' ads, should be interesting. Will you be implementing any of these into your...