Social Media Daily News Roundup 10.01.19

Here is your daily news from the world of SocialMedia, Instagram now lets you post to multiple accounts at the same time,, The 25 most in-demand technical skills of 2019, according to LinkedIn (Social Media 14th), Twitter gives events a boost with new publisher tools, YouTube influencers: Inside the weird world of social media burnout.

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The 25 most in-demand technical skills of 2019, according to LinkedIn (Social Media 14th)

Instagram now lets you post to multiple accounts at the same time

Instagram is adding the ability to let you publish a post to multiple accounts at the same time, a company spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch. The feature will become available to all iOS users, but there’s no word on if or when it will come to Android.

Twitter gives events a boost with new publisher tools

As Twitter  continues to look for ways to monetize its platform beyond basic advertising, it is building more tools for businesses that turn Twitter into more of a utility that helps them do their jobs.

YouTube influencers: Inside the weird world of social media burnout

What’s it like to have millions of fans when you’re 10? What’s it like to have thousands of people insult or adore you? Welcome to the strange world of social media superstars.

Stephanie Hegarty meets the young people whose lives are built around likes, but are increasingly suffering from mental health problems and burn out.

Twitter tests status updates and other features to improve 'conversational health'

Twitter wants to completely redesign the way conversations look on its platform.

During an event at CES on Wednesday, the company detailed new features that could drastically change the way people share and talk to one another on its platform.

The updates include a new design for threads, meant to make it easier to follow conversations as they unfold, as well as completely new features like statuses and presence indicators that could indicate when someone is online or when someone is typing.

No, Samsung isn’t pre-installing Facebook on your phone

Early this morning, Bloomberg reported that Samsung doesn’t let users uninstall the Facebook app from some of its phones. The story states that Facebook’s app comes pre-installed in select Samsung devices and users can only disable it, but can’t delete it from their phones. However, that’s not the whole picture.

Lucy Hall