Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube. Most social media brands, including all the major ones, have banned president Doland Trump from their platform after the latest incidents in the US capital.
Twitter acquired the Multi-Participant Streaming App Squad to bring new ways for its users to interact, express themselves, and join in the public conversation. Here’s the full story.
What makes a web design good and what are some of the industry’s best practices? Social Media Today published a comprehensive infographic that sheds some light on the matter.
YouTube Will Start Inserting Ads into Non-Monetized Content, Updates Rules Around Facial Recognition
Until now, YouTube creators could decide whether they wanted ads on their videos or not. However, YouTube announced that this will change soon as ads will start to appear on every video, be it part of the YouTube Partner Program or not.
Instagram, looking to piggyback on TikTikto’s short video trend, is now featuring ‘Reels’ on the main screen. What’s more, the new Shop tab on the main screen also comes to boost the platform’s eCommerce capabilities.
It wouldn’t be US elections without some drama. However, drama causes tension, and such tensions put some heavy pressure on social media platforms.
Is Google negatively biased towards the conservative world of ideas and the news sites that promote these ideas such as the New York Post and The Daily Wire? Ahrefs examines its massive amounts of data and gives some answers.
The TikTok drama regarding its operation in the US continues. Accordingly, a group of TikTok stars won an injunction against the Trump administration’s Executive Order. But is this the end of all the US ban talk? Not really.
Can Social Media Data Predict the Winner of the 2020 US Presidential Election? A Look at the Latest Trends
Social Media, especially Twitter, can reflect over voter preferences. What metrics such as Engagement per Tweet, Page Growth, and Total Interactions can foretell us for this year’s US elections?