Jan 27, 2014

Social Media Round Up: What You Missed Last Week – Jan 27th

Peter Isaacs
Jan 27th, 2014 - 2 mins read

How Pinteresting! a GIFt from Pinterest.

In a move that was no doubt aimed to steal some of the focus from Yahoo’s Tumblr, Pinterest is now supporting GIFs. Fear not, there’s a play/pause button (which Tumblr doesn’t have) to save your eyes.

 

Vine Turns One

Vine has become something of a social media powerhouse, racking up over 40 million users, and last week it turned one year old. To celebrate Vine has launched “A Year On Vine” – an 18 minute video that celebrates the last year.

 

Facebook Hilariously Debunks Princeton Study Claiming It Will Lose 80% of Users

Last week Princeton compared Facebook to a virus and predicted it would lose 80% of its audience by 2017. This is Facebook’s brilliant response.

 

New Study: How Top Brands Used Twitter During Q4 of 2013

In a new study Simply Measured examined some of the world’s top brands and fastest-growing companies’ Twitter accounts to assess their tactics. The study’s findings gives marketers some useful learnings to help build their own strategy.

 

Pinterest Beefs Up Search for Recipes

In more Pintererst news, Pinterest have also added new search functionality that is specifically designed to help users find and save recipes.

 

New Work From Us – Samsung

We’ve just uploaded some new work to the ‘Our Work‘ section of our website, with two new projects for Samsung. Check them out here.

 

Facebook to Page Admins: Link Share Posts Draw More Engagement Than Embedded Links

Facebook’s latest advice to page admins is to focus on sharing links which pull in an image and description, rather than just writing the link in a text update.

 

Twitter Rolls Out New Web Design That Aligns With Mobile Interfaces

Last week Twitter started to roll out its new design interface which is more closely aligned to the mobile app. Expect to see it on your account soon.


Peter Isaacs
Jan 27th, 2014 - 2 mins read
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