The Top 5 Social Media News Of This Week

by • April 19, 2015 • Top 5 NewsComments Off on The Top 5 Social Media News Of This Week3608

They say an image is worth a thousand words and in a world where the web has gone completely visual, who are we to disagree?

The pictures you upload on your social media profiles, and especially the profile pic you select, say a lot about you. In fact, a recent a research from Princeton University, showed it takes us only 1/10 of a second to judge someone based on a photo.

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This week, Tinder integrated Instagram, so users can now see Instagram pics directly from within the app. This is certainly a plus for the social dating app, because it allows users to discover more about others and much quicker too.

So are you ready for this week’s Top 5 news on We are Social Media?

Hashtags: How You Should Use them, and How You Shouldn’t – Hashtags are a big part of our interaction on social media every day. However, I doubt most users have actually grasped the concept of hashtags, how to use them and what they actually offer readers in terms of relevance or context.
wersm-tinder-integrates-instagram Tinder, Now With Instagram! –  Tinder has released an update that lets  users scroll through the Instagram profiles of their potential matches, directly from within the app.
A Look Into the Millennial’s Mind [Infographic] –  Millennials are a very important and particular demographic, especially on social media. If we want our messages to reach them, we need to look closely at their mindset.
How Does Facebook Moderate Content? [Infographic] –  A huge amount of content is created and shared on Facebook each and every minute, and most of it is completely unmoderated by anyone when it goes up. Therefore, we’ve all come across content that is definitely not supposed to be there.
wersm-fotomaton-your-pic-here-profile Why And How You Should Have A Great Profile Picture – Recruiters spend an average of six seconds per LinkedIn profile, and 19% of these are spent on your profile picture! And that is a lot of time, because, according to a research from Princeton University, it takes us only 1/10 of a second to judge someone based on a photo.

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Have a great Sunday and week ahead!


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