Twitter Photo Tagging: This Week in Social Media


social media researchWelcome 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?

Twitter Rolls Out Photo Tagging on Mobile: “You can tag up to 10 people in a photo and still have all 140 characters at your disposal, making it easier to connect with your friends.”

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“Tagging people in a picture makes conversations around photos fun and easy.”

LinkedIn to Remove Products & Services Tab From All Company Pages:  ”You have two alternatives for sharing products and services content that many companies are already using and benefitting from: your company’s updates and showcase pages.”

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On April 14, LinkedIn will be “removing the Products & Services tab from all company pages. In the meantime, you can edit your Products & Services content, but you won’t be able to add new items.”

Twitter Allows Users to Share Four Photos in a Single Tweet: “You can also share a series of photos that automatically create a collage.”

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“Whether you’re on iPhone, Android or, you can view tweets with multiple photos.”

Facebook Expands Lookalike Audience Capabilities: Advertisers can now “create lookalikes based on people who visit their websites, use their mobile apps or are connected to their Facebook pages.”

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“The new features for lookalike audiences are available to all advertisers worldwide in Power Editor.”

Tumblr Introduces Two-Factor Authentication: “One key is your password, the other key is your cellular phone—and you need both to access your Tumblr dashboard.”

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“Two-factor authentication is available as an option in your Settings page as of right now.”

Here’s more interesting news to follow:

Facebook Shares More Detail on Update to Pages: After receiving “lots of questions from people wondering how these changes—like the updated timeline design, easier access to admin tools and the introduction of Pages to Watch—will impact them,” Facebook answers the questions heard most frequently.

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“Pages that have activated messages can view them in two locations: the Activity tab at the top of the page above the cover photo; or in the This Week box that runs along the right side of the page.”

Here’s a cool social media tool worth checking out:

UpTo: “UpTo gives you a more complete view of everything coming up that matters to you—without the clutter.”

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