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 Rolls Out Updated Page Insights: “After gathering feedback from the early users of the new Page Insights,” Facebook is “rolling out the updated Page Insights to all page owners, and introducing some new, highly requested features as well.” Click here to find out what’s changed.
Facebook Redesigns Ad Buying and Reporting Tools: “Now, the ad buying process will start with a simple question: What’s your advertising objective?”
Facebook Deactivates the “Who Can Look Up Your Timeline by Name?” Feature: If you used the “Who can look up your timeline by name?” feature to make your name unsearchable, this feature will be stopped. You’ll have to use the other privacy settings to control who can see your content.
Twitter Introduces New Features for Mobile: The new version of Twitter for Windows Phone now has “features that you can customize specifically for the Windows platform.”
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Foursquare Rolls Out Upgrades: “You’ll notice an updated look and feel, with a simple feed that shows you what’s most relevant nearby, right now.”
Here’s more interesting news to follow:
Instagram Launches Ads: In the next couple of months, you may begin to see “an occasional ad in your Instagram feed if you’re in the United States.”
Pinterest Starts Testing Promoted Pins: “You may spot a few in your search results or category feeds on the web or in mobile apps.”
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