September 3, 2014

Social News Roundup | September 3, 2014

1. Twitter Revamps Their Sign-Up Process

Twitter has revamped its sign-up process for new users to help them get immediate value out of the social network. Read more…

2. Facebook Tests New Mobile Search Feature for Old Posts

Facebook is testing a new search feature that allows mobile users to find old posts that were shared with them using keywords. Read more…

3. Instagram Is the Most Important Social Network for Teens

Instagram is now the most important social platform for teenagers, ahead of Facebook and Twitter. Read more…

4. Netflix Subscribers Can Choose What They Want to Share On Facebook

Netflix is giving their subscribers more control over what they want to share over Facebook, which includes recommending videos to friends. Read more…

5. YouTube Reaches More 18 to 24 Year Olds Than Any Cable Network

YouTube reaches more 18 to 24 year olds than any other cable network. Millennials consume more content on YouTube than ESPN, Hulu and even Facebook. Read more…

6. Fortune 500 Companies Focuses On Social Media Over Corporate Blogs

Fortune 500 companies are leveraging social media more compared to blogging. Research from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing have found that in 2014, 31% of the studied companies who have corporate blogs showed a 3% decrease in blogging in the past year. Read more…