Facebook Hashtags: This Week in Social Media
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
Facebook Launches Clickable Hashtags: Clickable hashtags are rolling out on Facebook. “When you click on a hashtag in Facebook, you’ll see a feed of what other people and Pages are saying about that event or topic.”
Google+ Dashboard Makes Managing Your Online Presence Easier: After signing into your Google+ page, you’ll now have access to a new Dashboard with features that include the ability to update your info across Maps, Search and Google+ and insights on top searches. Local businesses also have access to AdWords Express and Offers campaigns.
Discussion From Our Networking Clubs: Thousands of social media marketers and small business owners are asking questions and helping others in our free Networking Clubs. Here are a few interesting discussions worth highlighting:
- How are you integrating social media content inside your email marketing campaigns?
- What do you do when people whom you don’t know want to connect with you on LinkedIn?
- What tools do you use to monitor clients?
- Share your best blog post this week!
Tumblr‘s Archive Page Gets Bigger: Tumblr‘s Archive Page got a makeover and now has bigger thumbnails, loads faster and has a new Scroll to Top button.
Pinterest Kicks Off Pin It Forward France: Pinterest launches “a new localized version of Pinterest, created especially for people in France.”
Twitter Opens up its Analytics Platform: The Next Web reports that Twitter is “giving everyone access to in-depth data about the people and brands who follow them, as well as the performance of their most recent tweets.”
Here’s some interesting social media news to follow:
Myspace Relaunches: Myspace airs its first commercials for its redesigned platform.
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Cindy King is the director of editorial for Social Media Examiner. She spent 25 years abroad in international business development and then built her own international business using social business networking. Other posts by Cindy King »