March Madness took over Facebook and Twitter during the week of March 20, as Sunday night’s Elite Eight victory by the University of North Carolina over the University of Kentucky blew away the field in the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week.
The Town Hall feature Facebook began rolling out earlier this month is now available to all U.S. users, via mobile and desktop.
Facebook’s mission to monetize its Instant Articles zeroed in on a new landing spot—the related articles section at the bottom.
Facebook Messenger users can now share their current locations with friends and family of their choice for up to one hour following the application’s launch of its Live Location feature.
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Facebook confirmed that it will begin testing a GIF button in comments next week, enabling users who are part of the test group to post GIF files from third-party sites such as Giphy and Tenor as comments.
Marketers blame inadequate tools, inadequate funds and resistance to data-driven solutions for their failure to implement effective omnichannel solutions for customers.
Point guard Lonzo Ball leads the University of California Los Angeles into its NCAA Men’s Division I National Championship Sweet 16 battle versus the University of Kentucky Friday night, but trending on Twitter has been a family affair in the Ball household of late.
Twitter users who connect to the social network via its Android application or the web (desktop or mobile) can now specify a time period for words, phrases, user names, emojis and hashtags they have muted.