We’ve all heard just how much video is grabbing people’s attention on social media these days. Content Marketing Institute shares their tips on creating great video content–including insights on the best time length.
Live Video is only going to get bigger, social media ecommerce will continue to expand, and ephemeral content (think Instagram Stories) aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Google will now allow users of its Android app to cue up search inquiries and notify you of the results later.
Google is currently testing in-app messaging on YouTube mobile apps, and it’s speculated that this is a step towards making it more like a social media platform.
A pair of teenage developers has created a new social media app with the idea of connecting users with their online friends versus their real-life friends.
Microsoft is expanding into Mixed Reality (Virtual Reality + Augmented Reality) with the upcoming release of Windows 10 Creators. Microsoft is distributing developer kits to ensure that developers have the opportunity to start working on apps for Holographic headsets before consumers get their hands on them.
It’s now even easier to order everyday staples on Amazon with its new virtual Dash buttons. Amazon will auto-generate buttons from your recent purchases, but users can also create their own.
LinkedIn has redesigned their desktop website, with a strong emphasis on messaging, and an overall Facebook-like layout.
Google penalizes websites that are not mobile responsive, and your site will appear lower in search results as a result. Not sure how mobile-friendly your site is? Test it out on the site above.
Amazon has applied for testing on mobile band channels–this could mean they’re working on an Alexa smartphone.
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