October 12, 2017 – Jumpwire Social Media Briefing

Hey, Jumpwire Community!

Instagram polls have been one of the more interesting features added by the social networks in the last few weeks and Pinterest’s growth rate is up to 200 million monthly active users from 150 million just under a year ago.

PINTEREST: How to Turn Your Company’s Pinterest Efforts Into a Lead-Generation Machine – “By thinking like a search engine marketer, you just might discover a powerful new marketing channel.”

INSTAGRAM: Instagram polls aren’t anonymous — and that’s a good thing  TIL – Twitter polls are anonymous. Instagram polls aren’t.

FACEBOOK REPORT: My Show on My Schedule: How Streaming Has Changed the Game – worth the click with lots of great data from Facebook IQ.

INSTAGRAM: This App Lets You Upload to Instagram Directly From Your Desktop  – It pretends to be a mobile browser, allowing you to visit the Instagram mobile website directly from your Mac or Windows PC.

SPEED: New cable broadband specs promise 10 Gbps speeds upstream and downstream  – “That means that your upload streams — which have typically been a lot slower — will be just as fast as your download streams.”

TWITTER: 11 Useful Features You May Not Know About

DISCUSS: Should Facebook and Twitter Be Regulated Under The First Amendment? “Trump’s [Twitter] account is a stream of communication that’s wholly owned by Twitter, a private company with First Amendment rights of its own.”

PURE GENIUS: Screens that show million dollar art in your home.

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