There is aways something new in Social Media. Sometimes it’s big news, sometimes not. Facebook Mentions did not make the headlines because it only addresses a minority of users… but it is that move for just a small minority that makes it so special actually.
Pinterest, however, added an important new feature to its services: you can now message people you follow… taking the platform one step further in being a great way to organise with friends!
Are you ready for this week’s Top 5 news on We are Social Media?
|The Social Media Ads Cheat Sheet [infographic] – All platforms, and especially Facebook and Twitter more recently, often change their layouts and ad formats usually evolve with them, and it’s not always easy to keep up.|
|Would You Like To Be Paid To Improve Facebook Slingshot? – Facebook is actively recruiting Slingshot users to join a panel and take part in a 3-month study to help improve Slingshot. Have you booked your spot yet?|
|Introducing Facebook Mentions – The VIP-Only App – Mentions is a standalone app dedicated to public figures and celebrities. It is a VIP-only app for them to connect with their fans, and between themselves.|
|What Type Of Facebook User Are You? – We all use Facebook nowadays. Some of us have it as a professional tool, others use it to stay connected to friends and family, and some use it occasionally, or for gaming only. What type of Facebook user are you?|
|Pinterest Introduces Messages – Pinterest has decided to take its platform a step further, by introducing a messaging service. Many of us were using it as a digital notebook, collecting our ideas in a visual way, organizing photos, articles, recipes, clothes, but as it seems, Pinterest wants to be more social.|
Have a great Sunday and week ahead!