Social Media News to Know: September 2020
You may not always have the time to learn about the latest and greatest social media trends (let alone the luxury of resources and budget to implement them). Instead, let Tripepi Smith provide you with a regular roundup of social media news we think you need to know. Here are four stories that caught our attention this past month:
- People are increasingly turning to Instagram as a source for their news.
- Hootsuite has new limits for how Facebook can be used through its platform, thanks to Facebook’s latest security walls. Updates include not being able to add page search streams to monitor third-party Facebook Pages, view media attachments or reply to comments in “Mentions” streams.
- LinkedIn launched new features in response to the pandemic, including an event hosting tool to help companies connect with their employees and pages their followers.
- Facebook launched Facebook Business Suite, making it easier to manage Facebook and Instagram from one place. The interface organizes analytics, comments and direct messages to make responding easier than ever.
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