Another week has passed, and what a week it has been! We’ve rounded up the best articles and updates from the fast-moving world of social media to get you up to speed in no time.
Twitter launches 6-second video ad bidding, providing new options for video marketers. http://po.st/8MSXcA
Twitter has launched a new option for video ads, where marketeers will only be charged once the video has been viewed for 6 seconds +.
Facebook premieres new cinema ad formats. http://po.st/2NFB0Y
Facebook has launched a new tool which drives awareness to upcoming films, allowing users to stay up to date with opening dates/weekends and even book tickets without leaving the app.
Instagram’s launching a new option for reporting misinformation as on-platform scams grow. http://po.st/PHOYEo
“FAKE NEWS” – Instagram is about to launch a new reporting option for misinformation, to help the platform filter the content from places such as Explore.
Twitter is testing a filter for direct message requests. http://po.st/EDiY2d
Twitter is looking into adding a new filter option for message requests, where users will be informed if the content may be offensive – allowing individuals to delete the message before seeing anything.
Facebook will open several pop-up cafes in London to assist users with privacy settings.http://po.st/xCuCoO
To help educate users with the platform’s privacy settings, Facebook is opening 5 pop-up cafes in London to offer free assistance, as well as a free beverage.
Pinterest Ads: A guide to everything you need to know to get started. http://po.st/4mlbFo
Although not necessarily a ‘social media platform’ or a go-to advertising placement, Pinterest isn’t to be overlooked as an ads platform. But how is it best utilised?
Gen Z seeks all-day entertainment from mobile devices study says. http://po.st/PfleGb
A recent study has shown that Gen Z spends a lot of time watching mobile videos, with 81% saying they play video content to keep them entertained whilst doing other activities.