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Social Networks

March 30, 2017
Twitter has unveiled it's new @replies system - and not everyone's happy with the updated process.
Twitter @Replies Are No Longer Counted in Your 140 Characters - Here's How it Works | Social Media Today
March 30, 2017
Facebook is testing an alternate, topic-based News Feed, which could prove beneficial for marketers.
Facebook Experimenting with Alternate News Feed to Boost Content Discovery | Social Media Today
March 30, 2017
These nine keys will ensure that you’re engaging with users, posting great content, and maximizing your opportunities on The Social Network.
9 Keys to Truly Excellent Facebook Marketing | Social Media Today
March 30, 2017
Sick of all those LinkedIn notifications about birthdays? Here's how to switch them off.
How to Switch off Notifications in LinkedIn | Social Media Today
March 29, 2017
Facebook is releasing their biggest Snapchat clone yet - this time in Facebook proper.
Facebook Announces Launch of Snapchat-Like Stories in their Main App | Social Media Today
March 28, 2017
Social media can be a powerful tool for your business, but you need to know how to make the most of it.
3 Ways You're Wasting Your Social Media Time (And What You Can do to Fix It) | Social Media Today
March 25, 2017
Facebook is giving selected users the ability to post GIFs in comments as part of a new test.
Facebook to Test GIFs in Comments Starting Next Week | Social Media Today
March 24, 2017
Facebook is adding two new tools to Messenger to make group chats less confusing.
Facebook Rationalizes Group Chats with Messenger Reactions and Mentions | Social Media Today
March 24, 2017
Instagram has launched a new tool which will require users to click through a warning to view sensitive content.
Instragram Rolls Out New Sensitive Content Filter Tool, New Safety Measures | Social Media Today
March 24, 2017
Twitter is looking into the development of a new, advanced version of TweetDeck.
Twitter’s Considering an Advanced Version of TweetDeck – for a Monthly Fee | Social Media Today