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‘Facebook Shops’ Lets Businesses Create Online Stores on Facebook

Facebook has chosen to expand its e-commerce capabilities by making it possible for businesses to sell products directly on their Facebook and Instagram page. “As many businesses are creating and strengthening their digital presence, we’re building new tools to help make online shopping seamless. That’s why we’re launching Facebook Shops…“ These capabilities have culminated into [...]

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Facebook & Instagram Add More Ways to Support Local Businesses

Facebook and Instagram are rolling out new features that will help users find, discover and support small businesses. Facebook is expanding its efforts in order to assist local businesses with overcoming the challenges that they face during the pandemic. “As many stores remain closed and social media serves as an online Main Street, the shift [...]

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Instagram Sees Greatest Gains From Recent Social Media Spikes

Based on some new projections, it seems that Instagram is set to see the biggest gains from increased time spent with social media. Social media, as well as internet usage in general, is on a rise as a result of the orders to stay home due to coronavirus. Time spent with Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat [...]

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Twitter Echoes YouTube With Automated Review Processes, Instagram Tests Another Camera Feature

On March 20, YouTube made some efforts to maintain its content ecosystem with automated review process during the COVID-19 outbreak. Twitter decided to do the same by implementing its own moderation process that relies on automation tools to detect and remove violating content. With automatic reviews popping up left and right on multiple platforms, it is [...]

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YouTube Makes An Exception For Coronavirus Ads, Instagram Tests New Feature For Live Stream Posting

YouTube Will Allow Some CoronaVirus Monteization According to Social Media Today, YouTube is loosening the reins on its ‘Sensitive Events’ policy to allow monetization of some coronavirus-related videos. Selected YouTubers will have special exclusion to monetize videos that discuss the pandemic. The idea behind this is to make "authoritative" information visible to users while providing [...]

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Instagram Drops IGTV Button Due to Lack of Use

Instagram has decided to drop the IGTV app from its home screen, saying that a small number of users have been using that button. Users are accessing IGTV content mainly through links from the main feed, as well as the Explore feed and directly from creator's profiles. Even with the IGTV button gone, IGTV videos [...]

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