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How Social Media Has Changed So Far in 2014

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How does anyone keep up with all the social media changes in 2014 and the constant updates and search algorithm changes with pretty much all social media platforms and search engines? You need to keep well informed, read a ton of material, and keep working projects in social media and search to gain experience and learn best practices. 


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Joseph Welke's curator insight, September 29, 2014 1:11 PM

Social media has gone through many changes in 2014. Most of the major changes have been within social networks such as twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. To start, twitter has introduced promoted videos. This will be a way where companies can blast out a promotional pitch in a short video that will come up on twitter feeds. I feel as if this could get some negative feedback from twitter users. Next, Facebook has gotten rid of companies forcing users to like there page to view certain content. This was causing pages to get more likes then they actually should have giving a false reading on the pages worth. LinkedIn has introduced a follow button on every page. This was a feature on many popular pages, but is now on every account. It allows you to follow a person to see there posts even if they aren't in their network. Lastly, Pinterest has introduced a private message feature. This is something that is available on most social media sites and Pinterest believed it was time to incorporate it into their platform.

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How Social Media Has Changed So Far in 2014

How Social Media Has Changed So Far in 2014 | digital marketing | Scoop.it

How does anyone keep up with all the social media changes in 2014 and the constant updates and search algorithm changes with pretty much all social media platforms and search engines? You need to keep well informed, read a ton of material, and keep working projects in social media and search to gain experience and learn best practices. 


Via Kamal Bennani
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Interessante ontwikkelingen!

Joseph Welke's curator insight, September 29, 2014 1:11 PM

Social media has gone through many changes in 2014. Most of the major changes have been within social networks such as twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. To start, twitter has introduced promoted videos. This will be a way where companies can blast out a promotional pitch in a short video that will come up on twitter feeds. I feel as if this could get some negative feedback from twitter users. Next, Facebook has gotten rid of companies forcing users to like there page to view certain content. This was causing pages to get more likes then they actually should have giving a false reading on the pages worth. LinkedIn has introduced a follow button on every page. This was a feature on many popular pages, but is now on every account. It allows you to follow a person to see there posts even if they aren't in their network. Lastly, Pinterest has introduced a private message feature. This is something that is available on most social media sites and Pinterest believed it was time to incorporate it into their platform.

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