Your aimless channel surfing could lead you right to Facebook video.
Facebook is working on an app for television set-top boxes like Apple TV, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Facebook, which has 1.79 billion monthly active users, declined to comment on the timing of the app or where else it might be available.
The app could bring Facebook video right into living rooms. It's another way the social network is pushing video these days. Since the company introduced live video streaming in April 2016, it's been testing the placement of ads in videos. It's even been testing a feature similar to Snapchat Stories where users can share videos and photos for 24 hours before those items disappear....
It seems like the platforms that have been around for a while get updates every other week, and new platforms emerge faster than you can count. One trend that binds these new and updated platforms together? Users and the convenience that social offers them.
Honestly, people don't want to bounce around from site to site to get what they want, and social media platforms have been making some changes to accommodate them. Because giants like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram have made it easier than ever for businesses to leverage and users to engage with, social is a one-stop shop for audiences.
Your audience is constantly online and in social media apps. To find out what that means for your brand, here are four of the biggest changes in social media you need to keep on your radar:...
A lot of words have been added to the dictionary over the past few decades thanks to social media, but few have become so widely used and accepted as "hashtag."
For a long time, the hashtag symbol (#) was known simply as the "pound" symbol. Now, I could swear that the only time I hear it referred to as a pound symbol is when I enter my PIN number to pay my cell phone bill. While hashtags were originally made famous by Twitter, they're now used on many major social networks, including Facebook and Instagram.
Let's explore what a hashtag is, why they're so great, and how they work on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram....
Twitter’s algorithm – their back-end code which defines which tweets you see every time you log in – is getting better. You might not have noticed it, and if you have, you might not agree that it’s improving. But it is, and that bodes well for the future of the embattled platform.
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