Monthly archive for December 2016

Periscope Live 360 Video: This Week in Social Media

Periscope Live 360 Video: This Week in Social Media

Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week Periscope Rolls Out Support for Live 360 Video: Periscope launched

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How to Build Raving Fans in Unconventional Ways

How to Build Raving Fans in Unconventional Ways

Do you want enthusiastic fans? Looking for unique ways to engage your audience? To discover how he grew a large and thriving fan base, I interview Pat Flynn. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed

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Facebook stalls in lawsuit alleging its facial recognition tech violates Illinois law

 An Illinois law is proving a thorn in Facebook’s side as a class action lawsuit, alleging mishandling of biometric information, moves toward trial. The latest developments in the case have the social network objecting against releasing or even admitting the existence of all manner of data, but

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NFL games are now live streaming on China’s Sina Weibo network

 The NFL is hoping to expand its presence in China with a new deal that gives social media platform, Sina Weibo – often called China’s Twitter –  the rights to live stream select games on its network, including the Super Bowl. The deal marks the first time

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How to Create a Pinterest Showcase for Your Business

How to Create a Pinterest Showcase for Your Business

Looking for a new way to show off your best pins? Want to try Pinterest Showcase? Pinterest showcases allow businesses to rotate select pins at the top of their profiles. In this article, you’ll discover how to build a Pinterest showcase for your business profile. Why Build

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Twitter introduces 360-degree video live streaming

 Twitter is taking another step into getting into live video by introducing 360-degree live streams through Periscope. Anyone on Twitter and Periscope can watch 360-degree live video, though currently only select partners can go live in 360 via Periscope, the company announced in a blog post. While

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Oculus acquires eye-tracking startup The Eye Tribe

 The direction you look could one day control your VR or mobile experience thanks to Facebook and Oculus’ latest buy, The Eye Tribe. Oculus confirms to me that this is an official acquisition. The startup has developed a $99 eye tracking device developer kits for computers, and

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How to Use Instagram Live

How to Use Instagram Live

Interested in adding live video to your Instagram stories? Looking for a guide to get you started? The latest update to the Instagram app includes Live video, a new feature that lets you connect with your Instagram audience in real time. In this article, you’ll discover how

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How to Better Serve Customers With Twitter Direct Messages

How to Better Serve Customers With Twitter Direct Messages

Looking for ways to improve customer care on Twitter? Do your customers tweet you for support? Moving customer service discussions to private Twitter Direct Message (DM) threads can help your support team quickly resolve issues. In this article, you’ll discover how to use the latest Twitter Direct

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No Signal: Egypt blocks the encrypted messaging app as it continues its cyber crackdown

 Egypt has intensified its cyber crackdown under president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. In recent years authorities have blocked Facebook’s controversial Free Basics program for not allowing it to spy on users, imprisoned citizens for satirical Facebook posts and reportedly used Deep Packet Inspection technology allowing for extensive surveillance

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