Archive for October, 2016

Facebook is Now Testing ‘Messenger Day’ in Australia
Facebook is Now Testing ‘Messenger Day’ in Australia

facebook/ Snapchat/ Social Media News / Oct 20, 2016

Facebook is Now Testing ‘Messenger Day’ in Australia

Last month, Facebook test launched ‘Messenger Day’ in Poland to see if the feature will be well-received. Messenger Day lets users create images and videos that last for 24 hours before disappearing. Sounds just like Snap, right? That’s because it is. It seems that the feature was a success in ...


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Google will Introduce Fact Checking for News Articles

facebook/ Google+/ Social Media News / Oct 15, 2016

Google will Introduce Fact Checking for News Articles

Yesterday, Google made an announcement that it will introduce a fact checking tag on Google News so that the articles that have factual information are displayed with the trending topics. ‘Don’t believe everything you see on the internet.’ We’ve heard this countless times but still every now and then, we see ...


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Twitter is Testing ‘Explore’ Tab as ‘Moments’ Replacement

Social Media News/ Twitter / Oct 14, 2016

Twitter is Testing ‘Explore’ Tab as ‘Moments’ Replacement

As the high up team in Twitter is looking for a potential buyer, the technical staff is doing its best to think of ways that the company doesn’t have to sell. In their efforts to bring new users in and make the previous users engage more, they are now testing ...


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Facebook is Testing Ads in Groups Now

facebook/ Social Media News / Oct 11, 2016

Facebook is Testing Ads in Groups Now

Facebook says that by mid-2017, News Feed ads will reach its maximum capacity. So, to overcome that dilemma and to keep the revenues growing to cater to the ever increasing Facebook community, Facebook is now testing ads in groups as well. These tests will be generated in the mobile and ...


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Facebook Enables Safety Check following the Disastrous Hurricane ‘Matthew’

Facebook News/ Social Media News / Oct 10, 2016

Facebook Enables Safety Check following the Disastrous Hurricane ‘Matthew’

Hurricane Matthew continues to thrive and wreak havoc on the Atlantic coast and Facebook is providing a way for people to alert their friends and loved ones about their safety status. Facebook’s safety check feature was enabled last week when the death toll caused by this hurricane began to escalate ...


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Facebook Launches ‘Events’ a standalone app for the outgoing community

Facebook News/ Social Media News / Oct 09, 2016

Facebook Launches ‘Events’ a standalone app for the outgoing community

As claimed by Facebook, over a million people on Facebook use events as a way to create social gatherings and hundreds of millions of events are created each year. These are kind of pretty big numbers and they do justify the launch of a standalone app that is created specifically ...


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Facebook Puts Marketplace on Hold to deal with Illegal Listings

Facebook News/ Social Media News / Oct 06, 2016

Facebook Puts Marketplace on Hold to deal with Illegal Listings

Nothing worse could have happened to Facebook’s Marketplace than people selling illegal services via the platform. Marketplace is an online store feature that Facebook launched on Monday to help businesses sell their services. What the company apparently didn’t expect was that there are all kinds of services out there that ...


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Facebook Launched ‘Messenger Lite’ for Connecting More People

Facebook News/ Social Media News / Oct 03, 2016

Facebook Launched ‘Messenger Lite’ for Connecting More People

The main goal of Facebook is to ‘connect the world’ and it’s doing everything it can to make that happen. Today, Facebook launched Messenger Lite for people with older phones and limited data plans. This version of Messenger is under 10MB which makes it really easy to download and ...


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