Jumpwire Social Media Briefing – May 12, 2017

Keep up with the latest in social media by subscribing to our weekly Newsletter

 

Hey, it’s Gavin,

TIL: Facebook is testing video cover images for pages. Apparently, FB likes us and has bestowed its social media glow on our page.  We have a swanky little video on our cover page done by Duffy (I hear you can upload up to 2 minutes).

THE LEARNINGS:

social dislike

SOCIAL MEDIA POLICE:

Wait, what? FBI to investigate a wave of fake Facebook accounts so large it accounted for half of USA Today’s following on the social media platform. They are being targeted.

INSTAGRAM NO APP REQUIRED:

Earlier this week Instagram announced it would now let users upload pictures from the mobile site. There are no filters and you can’t share directly to Facebook-  but it’s still interesting. Have you seen the hack which lets you upload from your desktop? Here’s how 

FACEBOOK TV:

Starting in June, Facebook has set its sights on two types of shows: a marquee tier with longer, big budget shows akin to a traditional TV series; and a second tier with less expensive, shorter shows of about 5 to 10 minutes, that would refresh every 24 hours.

NET NEUTRALITY PART 2:

This is a great piece. Equal access to online information is once again under serious threat. John Oliver encourages internet commenters to voice their displeasure to the FCC.

THE TWEET HEARD AROUND THE WORLD:

Nuggets for Carter is now the most retweeted tweet ever beating out Ellen’s 2014 Oscar selfie at 3.5 million retweets. He also appeared on Ellen to discuss his ‘besting’ her in retweets.

social retweet

Connect with us on

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Linkedin, Instagram, stalk us on Snapchat

 

Have a great week!

(Blog Image Source)

(Blog Image Source)

(Blog Image Source)