Social Media Daily News Roundup 08.08.18
Here is all the Social Media news you need to know for the day ahead. Results from buffer research that analysed 43 million posts from 20,000 companies. SnapChat users shrink but revenue climbs 44%. How to leverage ITGV. Twitter CEO explains decision on Infowars. LinkedIn tweaks and Google stalking your face!
European football fans in the UK will be able to stream one game per week for free after the new rightsholder, Eleven Sports, reached a broadcast agreement with social network
As part of the social media giant’s plan to end the toxic culture of abuse by users, Twitter is using college professors to audit its platform. (Forbes)
Jack Dorsey refuses to follow Apple, Facebook and YouTube in banning Jones, saying he will be guided by principles rather than pressur (guardian)
Profile viewers can see multiple roles without the rest of the work history dropping down (Adweek)
A great article from Forbes highlighting how influencers can leverage long-form video content, we think a lot of the lessons here can be applied to clients and brands.
A CNBC feature looking at the future of SnapChat,
Snap saw its first drop in daily users during the second quarter, a slip the company attributed to a rocky app redesign. Still, its revenue climbed 44% year-over-year. (CNN)
Google, once again, is excited about social media. But not in the ways you might think; this isn’t about another in a failed string of chat apps, or the knockout success that never was in Google Plus (TNW)
SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING IS EASY, RIGHT? JUST THROW UP A FEW TWEETS, SHARE A MEME OR TWO AND CALL IT DAY, RIGHT? IF ONLY IT WERE THAT EASY. HERE, WE’RE GOING TO LOOK AT THE UPS AND DOWNS IN A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETER