The Top 5 Social Media News Of This Week

by • October 11, 2015 • Top 5 NewsComments Off on The Top 5 Social Media News Of This Week5071

No matter how much we repeat it, it probably will never be enough: social media is all about engagement. Platforms are providing everything we need: new carousel posts on Facebook, Twitter Moments, 360-degree video… you name, you have it. For the rest, well, it is 100% up to us, the people behind the social media accounts. Joshua Davidson, founder of Chop Dawg studios, gave us one awesome lesson on social engagement this week, check it out below.

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Also this week, we met with Eric Parks, Director of Digital Platforms and Innovation at Tempo-OMD Athens, and we loved every bit of what he had to say. Check the full-interview here.

You are part of a unique experiment in human communication. Don’t forget that.

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

wersm-facebook-newsfeed-update-again Carousel Posts: Now Available On Facebook – Facebook has quietly rolled out a carousel format for posts. This new feature is currently being tested and is on limited release. Certain users have reported getting a pop up each time they try to upload pictures along with their post.
wersm-joshua-davidson The Tweet That Wowed Me And The Guy Behind It – Searching for great content can sometimes feel like a form of online dumpster-diving. So, when Joshua Davidson tweeted me a personalized, video thank you for sharing his article, my jaw dropped a couple inches.
wersm-snapchat-in-app-purchase-header This Time Snapchat May Have Nailed Monetization – Just a few weeks ago, Snapchat introduced a brand new feature that made its fans go raving about it. Snapchat’s Lenses promise to make your selfies puke rainbows or have scary faces. But there’s much more to that.
twitter-launches-moments-not-project-lightning-wersm Twitter Launches ‘Moments’, Not Project Lightning – Remember we wrote about Twitter‘s “super secret” Project Lightning earlier in the year? Well, it’s just been launched, and it’s actually called “Moments”. And with that, Twitter has just made the biggest launch in it’s history, since it was invented.
wersm-facebook-360-video Facebook Also Has 360-degree Video Now, So What? – A bit more than a week ago, Facebook announced its new 360-degree video capability. It sounds really cool, right? But the truth is that: 1. YouTube did it first, and 2. Not many users seem to care (yet).

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Have a great Sunday and week ahead!

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