Zuckerberg kicked off 2018 by announcing major changes coming to Facebook’s feed and messenger. The platform is redesigning its algorithm to favor content and updates provided by friends and family, and overall commitments to provide more meaningful real-time engagements and conversations. The algorithm also downplays news and organic page posts as a second tier, bringing a new set of challenges for advertisers and reporters. – Fortune Continue reading “MORE baby pics coming to your Facebook feed”
Author: Marisa Corona
Marisa CoronaAssociate Strategist
Born and raised in the ‘Burgh, Marisa is proud to collaborate with the SBA team as an associate strategist. She’s a social marketing specialist (and enthusiast) passionate about dynamic storytelling. Daily efforts include managing social media communities, as well as assisting with efficient strategies and reporting for a number of local, national, and global accounts. She holds a B.A. in Advocacy Media and Corporate Communication from Seton Hill University.
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After nearly 20 years of operation, AOL Instant Messenger will shut down at the end of the year due to idle activity. AOL made the announcement through a tweet and a farewell email to its remaining dedicated users. Despite its rapid decline of engagement throughout the past decade, the announcement sparked a trending amount of mentions amongst millennials sharing memories and nostalgic thoughts about this end of an era. Although gone for good, sharing embarrassing screen name still remains a great ice-breaker. – Mashable Continue reading “CUL8R AIM: AOL is signing off for good”
In an effort to encourage its users to share more video content, LinkedIn has released a native video auto-play feature. The new feed layout will be similar to that of Facebook’s. A “LinkedIn Live” feature is also rumored to roll out soon. – AdAge Continue reading “LinkedIn Stepped Up its Video Game”