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April was the month of big decisions for the major social media companies, especially for Zuckerberg's gems Facebook and Instagram. The most talked about event was undoubtedly the Facebook F8 developer conference and the keynote speech by Mark himself, in which he openly announced the new direction the company is taking.
In the spirit of the first month of spring, social media companies mostly revised their features and added new ones. However, there were lots of small changes that can affect your marketing strategy, especially, social media advertising. Let's dive into them and see how brands are going to spend their money differently from now on,
It's unlikely that you're still running on the new-year high at the beginning of February (if you are, I commend you), but for this round-up, you will need all your energy. Social media companies were very busy last month introducing new features, dealing with PR nightmares and completely changing the strategy of their platform
The holiday season can be a bit hectic for anyone, but it is just as important to know what’s going on in the world of social media. So here’s a short and sweet overview of Facebooks’ mishaps, Twitter’s soul-searching, and LinkedIn’s new features in one article to update you on important social media news.
Another post full of social media news! The platforms have been busy this month. As the USA is getting closer to general elections, Facebook and Twitter are trying to battle fake news in your feed. Instagram has got a new leader and LinkedIn is doing everything and anything to improve the user experience.