Monthly archive for November 2016

Dusk’s new app lets you live stream anonymously

 Online anonymity can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it can give people a voice when they’d otherwise be afraid to speak up — whether that’s because of fear of government surveillance, discussing a topic that’s known to provoke cyberbullying or because the topic itself is

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Twitter now lets mobile users make their own Moments

 Earlier this fall, Twitter opened up access to its storytelling feature “Moments” to all Twitter users, allowing anyone to create their own stories using tweets and photos uploaded to the service. At the time, Moments creation was only available on the web, but the company promised that

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Facebook has cut off Prisma’s Live Video access

 Style transfer startup Prisma added support to its iOS app for livestreaming its art filter effects in real-time via Facebook Live earlier this month — but almost immediately the startup’s access to the Live API was cut off by the social media platform giant. Read More Source:

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7 Tips for Improving Online Sales Using Social Media

7 Tips for Improving Online Sales Using Social Media

Want to improve your online sales process? Looking for tips to connect with prospects and customers on your social channels? With the right plan, you can enhance people’s social media experience and generate more sales. In this article, you’ll discover seven tips to improve your ecommerce using

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Post-App Store developer platform Blackstorm’s first showcase instant games launch on Facebook

 In Ernestine Fu’s future, you shouldn’t have to wait more than a few seconds to launch a game or an app to connect with a friend. In fact, a few seconds might even be too long. That’s what prompted the birth of Blackstorm, a development platform that

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Facebook Messenger launches Instant Games

 Bored while you wait for friends to text back? Now you can challenge friends for high scores on Facebook Messenger’s new Instant Games, like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Words With Friends Frenzy. Available right from your message threads, they load in seconds since they’re built on the

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SocialBooks turns your social media into a lasting memento of your horrific year

 If you’re anything like me you hate social media with a white-hot passion yet you feel oddly compelled to put garbage into it on a regular basis, to your great shame. Thankfully there is now a service that can create a book about your year in social

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How to Use Twitter Analytics to Improve Your Marketing

How to Use Twitter Analytics to Improve Your Marketing

Do you want better results from your Twitter marketing? Interested in using Twitter Analytics to find out what’s working? Looking at your Twitter metrics will help you make more informed decisions about your Twitter marketing efforts. In this article, you’ll discover how to use Twitter Analytics to

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How to Create a Social Media Content Calendar for a Year

How to Create a Social Media Content Calendar for a Year

Want to deliver quality social media content for the next year? Interested in planning your social posts in advance? A content calendar helps you deliver the right message to your audience at the right time. In this article, you’ll discover how to plan a year’s worth of

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CNN buys Casey Neistat’s Beme app, brings the YouTuber in-house

 CNN has acquired Beme, the social app co-founded by YouTuber Casey Neistat. As part of the deal, Neistat will lead the Beme team as a new standalone media sub-brand operating under CNN’s umbrella as executive producer, and all 11 members of the Beme team will join the

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