#SocialSkim: Snap’s College Play, Facebook’s Tinder Test, LinkedIn’s ProFinder: 11 Stories This Week

Snapchat again courts college audience; Facebook tests a Tinder-like feature, to spend $ 1 billion on original programming for “Watch”; Twitter’s new account-sharing feature; a year into LinkedIn ProFinder; Facebook’s ad format for print catalogs; Apple partners with Snapchat for AR; much more! Read the full article at MarketingProfs MarketingProfs Daily: Content

5 New Facebook Updates and Tests Spotted This Week

Here’s a summary of five more Facebook updates and tools in development, including private profiles and new discovery tools. Social Media Today RSS

#SocialSkim: Facebook Rolls Out ‘Watch,’ LinkedIn’s New Audience Network: 10 Stories This Week

Facebook’s YouTube competitor Watch goes live; LinkedIn’s major new Audience Network tool; WhatsApp gets serious with a business app; where Snapchat still beats Instagram; the app Millennials say is more indispensable than Facebook or Instagram; much more… Read the full article at MarketingProfs MarketingProfs Daily: Content

Download this: Why Facebook’s app looks so different

Facebook’s app is looking a lot different and, surprise surprise, not everyone is a fan. The company showed off the redesign back in August, when it introduced its latest News Feed updates. But the revamped mobile app is still gradually rolling out to everyone, so many people are just starting to see it.  SEE ALSO: […]

Brace for it. Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte will crowd your Insta feed this Fall.

The PSL was created in 2003 in the Starbucks ‘Liquid Lab’ in Seattle. The team sampled many pumpkin pies and lots of espresso until they perfected the 14-year-old recipe. Starbucks’ PSL has been enjoyed 200 million times and get more than 3,000 tweets per day. Read more… More about Food, Starbucks, Autumn, Beverage, and Social […]

#SocialSkim: YouTube’s Major Facelift, Saudi Arabia’s Surprise Sarahah App: 10 Stories This Week

YouTube’s first-ever logo change and new mobile design & capabilities; anonymous messaging app Sarahah’s surprise success; Facebook bans some Pages from advertising; WhatsApp verified biz accounts; 2018 social media trends; Hurricane Harvey & social… Read the full article at MarketingProfs MarketingProfs Daily: Content

Grow with Us This Week on Copyblogger

This week, we have three posts to help you grow in various ways — creatively, financially, grammatically. On Monday, Jerod Morris let us know that Digital Commerce Academy is now open for new students! This is the resource you need if you want to get a digital business off the ground — or make faster […]

Avoid This Rookie Marketing Habit to Get New Customers Faster

A component of my publishing philosophy is: “Wanting to write something does not guarantee that someone will want to read it.” And it comes into play when you write the first marketing materials for your business — many new marketers get excited about a type of writing that doesn’t turn out to be engaging. The […]

Take your Snapchat game to the next level with the help of this online course

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Everyone and their mom is on Snapchat nowadays, but you can bet that most don’t know how to use it to its full potential. Look beyond all those puppy dog-filtered selfies and your college roommate’s 200-second-long Story (ugh) and […]

#SocialSkim: Facebook’s Big Weak Spot, LinkedIn Launches Video: 11 Stories This Week

Young users may be ready to abandon Facebook; LinkedIn launches video upload, Reddit follows suit; Snapchat wants to transform news, and so does Facebook; Facebook algorithm to punish fake videos; 24 hot tools for social media; more! Read the full article at MarketingProfs MarketingProfs Daily: Content