Welcome to this week’s top social media stories. Reddit is now more popular than Facebook in the US, Pinterest is growing faster than ever and a new platform wants to help you win at content marketing.
This is a shock for the social media planet, but Facebook is no longer in the top 3 most popular websites in the US. Instead, it lost its place to Reddit. Google and YouTube remain (obviously) the two most popular websites.
On other news, Pinterest is growing faster than ever, Facebook introduced more tools to help you with GDPR and WWF “hacked” Snapchat.
Want more? Here are the top 5 most talked about stories this week:
- Forget Influencers, Snapr Is The New Way To Win At Content Marketing
- WWF “Hacked” Snapchat’s Snap Map To Alert Millennials To The Impact Of Global Warming
- Facebook Introduces New Tools To Help With GDPR Compliance
- Pinterest Is Growing Faster Than Twitter And Snapchat
- Sorry Facebook, Reddit Is Now The Third Most Popular Site In The US
All the way from Eastern Europe tackling the social media workflow, meet the young and talented Co-Founder and CEO of Planable, Xenia Muntean.
Tune in next Sunday for a new edition of our weekly social media recap. Enjoy the week ahead!