Social Media Daily News Roundup 05.03.19
Todays social media rounded up in one place so you don’t have to go anywhere else.
Here are your headlines:
🥞How to unlock Facebook Messenger's secret dark mode with an emoji
🥞Facebook prepares to push Oculus VR headsets for businesses
🥞Twitter, Google and Facebook agree to rapid 'takedown' system to remove posts which threaten to collapse trials
🥞Facebook Advertisers can now run localised dynamic ads campaigns using a single catalog with a combination of multiple language and/or country feeds.
Twitter, Google and Facebook agree to rapid 'takedown' system to remove posts which threaten to collapse trials
We love easter eggs, and this latest one in the Facebook Messenger app is one of our favourites.
Easter eggs are hidden features in apps or services that you can unlock with a simple trick. We've found quite a few of them in Facebook Messenger over the years, including this secret basketball game.
The social networking giant is following Microsoft, selling its Oculus Go and Oculus Quest headsets for "enterprise" customers.
Social media sites have to agreed to a rapid “takedown” system to remove posts if they are in contempt of court to protect “integrity” of jury trials, solicitor general has announced.
What's going on here?
👋 Hello, Bonjour, Hola, Hallo, Ciao Olà, Cześć! 👋 If your Ads usually get lost in translation, this news is for you!
🔖 What does it mean? 🔖
Advertisers can now run localised dynamic ads campaigns using a single catalog with a combination of multiple language and/or country feeds. Ads will automatically deliver showing the relevant variations (such as language, currency, landing page, and country-specific product information such as availability) based on the user's preferences.
📈 Why should I care? 📈
Most cross-border businesses today have separate catalogs & campaigns by country and language, consolidating catalogs & campaigns will increase audience size and efficiency. Advertisers can reach people in the right language and with country-specific localisations like currency and landing page automatically, leading to performance improvements. Consolidating catalogs will simplify the catalog and ad set up process for advertisers, saving them time in both catalog maintenance and campaign management. By combining all products into a single catalog, the signal from these products will be aggregated in the same catalog and advertisers will benefit from improved performance. Try it now >>> http://bit.ly/DynamicAds1
Give me an example: 📃
Check out how Pandora UK leveraged Dynamic Ads to improve offline conversions >>> http://bit.ly/PandoraSToryDynamicAds