The Top 5 Social Media News Of This Week

by • June 7, 2015 • Top 5 NewsComments Off on The Top 5 Social Media News Of This Week4292

So apparently Google+ is not yet ready to die. According to Bradley Horowitz, the platform is actually growing and about to go through some heavy changes.

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Social Media can be awesome and that is what we love about it, right? When potholes start tweeting in Panama, asking to be repaired, when a French guy brings over 2,500 people to take the world’s largest selfie, this is when social media becomes useful, fun, interesting. But what is social media after all?

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

wersm-science-of-time-facebook The Science Of Facebook Timing [infographic] – There are hundreds of blog posts out there trying to figure out what is the perfect time of day to post something on Facebook. The truth is that there is no such thing. They are guidelines, of course, but these are only there to you fine-tune your strategy.
Google Hints To Big Changes on Google+ – Contrary to what many people believe, Google+ is not dead… It’s actually still growing, albeit at a slow pace. There’s actually pretty much going on with the platform lately.
wersm-biggest-selfie-world This Man Took The Biggest Selfie In The World – Tom Bittman, founder of WoS (Wall of Selfies) – a new app entirely dedicated to selfies – decided to take it a step further and make the world biggest selfie.
wersm-tweeting-potholes-panama In Panama, Potholes Are Tweeting To Get Repaired – In Panama, streets are in very bad shape, which is causing great inconvenience to those who drive trough the city every day. Well, in a move to convince the Ministry of Public Works to act, potholes themselves started to tweet.
wersm-Social-Media-Is-Not-What-You-Think-It-Is Social Media Is Not What You Think It Is – Some think of social media as a megaphone for their products and services (promotion). Others consider it a way to build relationships with their customers (conversation). Many feel like it’s a noisome burden (What do I say?). While still others couldn’t answer the question at all, even if their next sale depended upon it.

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