Facebook took direct aim at video-loving adolescents, and Snapchat, with the release of a new iPhone app that allows teens to watch clips about the lives of their classmates.
The app, called Lifestage, was released with no fanfare, and is available for anyone to download on iPhone, although seeing profiles of other users is reserved for those 21 years of age or younger.
The social network allows users to make video clips to describe likes, peeves, dance styles, and other aspects of their character.
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Twitter made its stickers for photos available to everyone at the end of last month, and now the company has quickly followed that up with the launch of its first branded stickers.
Twitter calls them “promoted stickers” but essentially they are branded stickers… well subtly branded stickers, at least.
Pepsi is the first partner on board in an undisclosed deal that allows Twitter users to plaster stickers designed by the fizzy pop company onto their photos. Doing so and posting the photo triggers a hashtag to appear inside the tweet, which makes it discoverable to Pepsi — perhaps for further promotion or competitions — and that, in turn, helps promote the brand in a different way on Twitter. That’s the theory, anyway.
Facebook has made a flurry of updates during the past month or so. Updates include…
Blocking Ad Blockers
Control the Ads You See
News Feed Updates
Redesigned Pages Rolling Out
New Video Metrics
New Publisher Tools for 360 Video
Custom Audiences Based on Time on Websites
Updates to Lead Ads
Updates to Facebook Live
Conversion Pixel Deprecation
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