Facebook Updates Photos: This Week in Social Media

social media researchWelcome 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 Lets You Enlarge Photos: Facebook has redesigned the Photos section of the personal profile. You can now highlight your photos to make them appear much larger. Plus, you’ll find your photos separated into different sections: albums, your photos and photos you were tagged in.

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"With your Facebook photos all in one section, it’s simple to show friends your favorites. Click the star button to make important photos stand out."

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A Comprehensive Guide to the New Digg

social media toolsWhen social networks release a new version of their platform, the changes range from design to functionality. Digg has done a drastic overhaul to both.

Here is a look inside the new Digg – from the first login to submitting stories, advanced features, best practices and some things to consider.

New Digg Login Screen

A look at the login screen for the new Digg.com.

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The New Digg: A Video Interview

social media expert interviewIn this video I interview Emily Crume, a sales executive at Digg. Emily shares how Digg has changed recently and how it’s now more accessible to the everyone.

For example, with the New Digg you can now automatically submit your blog posts to Digg.  Brands are encouraged to create brand profiles and become thought leaders through their presence on Digg.

Watch the video to hear how this New Digg works and be sure to check out the takeaways below.

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What the New Digg Means For Your Business

social media toolsDigg has been notorious for driving a server-crashing influx of traffic to web properties worldwide. The social news site has been able to drive anywhere from 1,000 to over 1.3 million page views in mere days.

Reportedly 70% of Digg’s user base have blogs, which when promoted to popularity are picked up by other bloggers, driving additional traffic. This helps websites attain additional exposure.

Why the New Digg for Your Business?

The new Digg will allow publishers to grow a targeted following much like Twitter, without having to promote content to Digg’s front page. When you submit (or Digg) your content, it will be exposed to your following on their My News page (see below).

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