Public Figures

  • Two Cheers for Facebook’s Celebrity Influencer Crackdown

    … When the Federal Trade Commission began cracking down on influencer marketing earlier this year, it was clear that the practice had hit the big-time. More proof that 2016 was a breakthrough year for influencer marketing? Facebook is taking notice, as well. This week, the social media giant began requiring public figures with verified profiles…

    AllFacebookin Facebook- 10 readers -
  • Facebook Live Multiplatform Ad Campaign Launches Sunday

    … more comments than regular videos. Facebook chief marketing officer Gary Briggs described the campaign in a post: We designed our campaign to reflect the authenticity of Facebook Live. All of the content for the campaign—every video, every image—was shot using Facebook Live on a phone. Many of the videos you’ll see in our TV spots are from real…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 15 readers -
  • Facebook Plans Major Campaign to Promote Facebook Live (Report)

    … to try out Facebook Live, which has exploded in popularity with media companies, publishers, celebrities and public figures. The campaign will feature clips of live videos explaining how the feature works, a source familiar with the effort told Seetharaman. Readers: Are you surprised that Facebook is taking the rare step of turning to TV ads to boost awareness of Facebook Live? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 8 readers -
  • Instagram Rolls Out Custom Keyword Filter for Comments

    … There have been rumblings for weeks about an Instagram feature aimed at using keywords to block trolls, and that feature is now here for all users, not just celebrities and public figures. Instagram co-founder and CEO Kevin Systrom announced in a blog post that the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network introduced a custom keyword…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social- 12 readers -
  • Instagram Providing Users With Better Moderation Tools

    … nuanced tools for users to moderate their comments and pages. The new tool, which launched last month, allowed power users and celebrities to moderate their comments by blacklisting specific phrases, emojis and users. According to The Washington Post, Instagram will soon make the moderation tool available to all users. Instagram head of public…

    Inside Facebookin Facebook- 7 readers -
  • Twitter Begins Application Process for Verified Accounts

    …), @SF311 (San Francisco 311) and @TonyHawk (Tony Hawk), and she added: We want to make it even easier for people to find creators and influencers on Twitter so it makes sense for us to let people apply for verification. We hope opening up this application process results in more people finding great, high-quality accounts to follow, and for these creators and influencers to connect with a broader audience. Readers: What are your thoughts on Twitter’s new application process for verified accounts? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Twitter- 8 readers -
  • Facebook, Instagram and Users’ ‘Behavior and Emotions’ (Study)

    … What are the similarities and differences between how users of Facebook and Instagram feel about both social networks? Facebook IQ released a new study in which more than 5,500 users of Facebook and Instagram in six countries—Australia, Brazil, France, Japan, U.K. and U.S.—were polled on their “behavior and emotions across the two platforms…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Facebook- 14 readers -
  • Twitter Engage: Twitter’s Answer to Facebook Mentions

    … Celebrities, public figures and journalists have Facebook Mentions from Facebook, and starting Tuesday, they also have Twitter Engage from Twitter. Senior product manager Matt Dennebaum announced the launch of the new application in a blog post Tuesday, saying that at launch, it is only available for iOS users in the U.S. Much like Facebook…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 10 readers -
  • Facebook Debuts 360 Photos

    …, and the 360-degree scrolling capability will be functional in News Feed for any photos that appear with a compass icon. Users can move their phones or drag those photos with their fingers to experience them in 360, and tapping them will convert them to full-screen. Samsung Gear VR users can click the “View in VR” button in the top-left-hand…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 13 readers -
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