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?
The Latest SlideShare App Feature Helps You Find More Content: This update is “shining the spotlight on the people and content that you find compelling.” The app is currently only on Android, iOS app to follow.
LinkedIn Adds New Log Out Feature: In a single place you can now “see everywhere you’re signed in to LinkedIn and manage those sessions in your settings.”
LinkedIn Adds Ability to Export Your Data: You can “easily export all of your LinkedIn data with one click.”
LinkedIn Updates Notification of Password Changes: LinkedIn has “added a new set of information to the emails” they “send when there are security related changes to your account, such as a password change, so you can rest assured your account is secure.”
Twitter Adds New Profile Colors: You can now “choose from new profile colors”.
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Other social media updates you may like to follow:
Google Introduces Fan Funding for YouTube Channels: “Fan Funding allows fans to support the channels they love by making voluntary payments using Google Wallet.”
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