Social Media Newsfeed: Kardashian Sets Instagram Record | #RedskinsPride Backfire

A wedding photo of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West kissing on Instagram set a record for most likes on the photo-sharing site. Washington Redskins Twitter campaign #RedskinsPride backfires. These stories, and more, in today's Morning Social Media Newsfeed.

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instagram-logo-150x150Kim Kardashian, Wife, is Most Liked Instagram Ever (CNET)
More than 1.92 million people have declared their like for the wedding kiss photo of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. This, People magazine tells me, makes it the most liked photograph in Instagram history. Business Insider The only other image Kardashian posted from her private wedding ceremony still received a whopping 1.57 million likes. Typically, Kardashian’s photos receive a few hundred thousand likes. The Hollywood Reporter The Facebook-owned photo-sharing app has become the go-to place for fans to catch a glimpse of the Memorial Day weekend festivities. Wedding guests took to Instagram and Twitter to share moments from the reception, Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci posted a photo of the dress he designed for Kardashian, and the couple chose the online platforms to share their first official wedding photos. ABC News Kardashian officially changed her name — on social media, anyway. Her Twitter name now reads Kim Kardashian West. The same goes for her Instagram bio. People Can you guess the previous record holder? None other than Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez with 1.82 million likes on his pic, captioned “Love the way you look at me.” The same goes for her Instagram bio.

Washington Redskins Fumble Twitter Campaign as Racism Row Intensifies (The Guardian)
The Washington Redskins on Thursday attempted to fight back in the ongoing battle over their name, which Native American groups consider offensive, only to see a social media push around the #RedskinsPride hashtag badly backfire. The majority did not use the hashtag in the manner intended by the team.

Is Visually the Agency Disruptor? (SocialTimes)
Visually, the visual marketplace, announced the launch of “Visually Campaigns,” on Thursday. While the site currently connects those who need visual content to those who create it, “Campaigns” takes it to the next level: It allows marketers to plan, create, distribute and track an entire campaign through the Visually platform, without having to go through an agency.

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Foursquare’s COO, Biz Dev Head are Leaving (Re/code)
Current Foursquare chief operating officer Evan Cohen will leave the company in the coming weeks, after spending the past four and a half years at the company. Also departing is long-time business development head Holger Luedorf.

Now Available: D-Link 802.11ac Router With Integrated Facebook Wi-Fi (AllFacebook)
Networking solutions provider D-Link teamed up with Facebook on the D-Link 802.11ac Router with integrated Facebook Wi-Fi, with the aim of allowing small and midsized businesses to offer free Wi-Fi to Facebook users who check in at their locations. The routers allow Facebook users to check in and connect without having to enter security codes or create new accounts, while enabling businesses to interact directly with those users.

Turkish Court Rejects YouTube Ruling (USA Today)
Turkey’s highest court ruled Thursday that an ongoing block to YouTube’s services in the country is a violation of rights — in particular a breach of the freedom of expression. The judgment by the Constitutional Court, which was reported by Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency, may pave the way for access to the video-sharing website, under an “administrative” block since late March, to be restored.

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Twitter Launches Interactive Small Business Guide (AllTwitter)
Fortunately, a new interactive guide from the fine folks at Twitter is here to help a business build that strategy – no matter what level of understanding they’re at. The interactive guide begins by asking you how well you understand Twitter.

Iranian Hackers Used Fake Social Media Accounts for Espionage (Mashable)
A new report details how a group of hackers, believed to be based in Iran, used fake social media profiles to gather information on military and political figures in the United States, United Kingdom, Israel and elsewhere. Security experts at iSight Partners are calling it the most sophisticated cyber-espionage campaign they’ve ever discovered.

NBC News Leverages Digital Following Exclusive Edward Snowden Interview (LostRemote)
Over a 36-hour period starting Tuesday, NBC News urged fans to take a stance on Snowden via Twitter, tweeting either hashtag #Patriot or #Traitor. During the actual interview, 500 users voted Patriot, 334 voted Traitor.

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