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Facebook Instant Articles: What Marketers and Publishers Need to Know

Facebook Instant Articles: What Marketers and Publishers Need to Know | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Discover how Facebook instant articles work and what you need to do now to prepare for the release on April 12.
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Musical.ly kills its standalone live-streaming app Live.ly

Musical.ly kills its standalone live-streaming app Live.ly | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Musical.ly is merging the functionality from its two-year old live-streaming platform Live.ly into its main app, and has disabled Live.ly’s standalone app as part of the transition process.The Live.ly app will eventually be pulled from the App Store and Google Play, the company confirmed to …...
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Live broad casting is a great way with boundaries to take control of self esteem!
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Facebook will require advertisers to disclose where they got uploaded customer data come July 2 

Facebook will require advertisers to disclose where they got uploaded customer data come July 2  | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Facebook has been able to receive billions of dollars in revenue from advertisers each quarter thanks to its powerful custom ad targeting features that allow advertisers to target a wide cross-section of users on the platform.
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How Pinterest is wooing ad buyers with a consumer insights message 

How Pinterest is wooing ad buyers with a consumer insights message  | Social Media News | Scoop.it
The tool is just the latest step in Pinterest’s effort to win more media dollars as it competes with the likes of Facebook, Instagram, Google and Amazon.
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Instagram plans June 20th launch event for long-form video hub 

Instagram plans June 20th launch event for long-form video hub  | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Last week TechCrunch reported Instagram will launch a long-form video hub, with a tentative June 20th launch date. Now Instagram is asking reporters to RSVP for a June 20th “special event,” confirming our scoop’s date.
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Facebook launches ‘Memories,’ a new home for reminiscing 

Facebook launches ‘Memories,’ a new home for reminiscing  | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Facebook today is introducing a dedicated page called “Memories,” where you can reflect on the moments you’ve shared with family and friends over the years.The page is essentially an expanded collection of familiar Facebook features, like “On This Day,” which lets you…...
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Facebook finally monetizes Marketplace with ads from users and brands 

Facebook finally monetizes Marketplace with ads from users and brands  | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Twenty months after launching its Craigslist competitor, Marketplace, and relentlessly promoting it with placement in the main navigation bar, Facebook will start earning money off its classifieds section.
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Michelle Borgman's curator insight, June 13, 2:52 PM
I think that this is an interesting choice for Facebook. I have never really seen much buzz about Facebook Marketplace. It seems that most people would choose to use Ebay, Esty, or Craigslist before they turned to Facebook to purchase items. It will be interesting to see if this turns a large profit for Facebook. 
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Snap introduces ads for its Snappables AR games

Snap introduces ads for its Snappables AR games | Social Media News | Scoop.it
Nearly two months after introducing Snappables, its social AR offering, Snap is now working with companies to create and sell branded versions of Snappables games. The new offering is part of a larger effort to make it easier for advertisers to purchase AR ads.
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