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Jun, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Twitter Animated GIFs, LinkedIn Job Search

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It’s a wrap on another week and this is what happened in the digital marketing world. For one, you now have Twitter animated GIFs in your timeline. LinkedIn has a new job search app on iPhone and some acquisitions went down in the tech space. Here is our weekly wrap-up for the 3rd week of June. Twitter Animated GIFs It’s all in this one tweet. You can now share animated GIFs on Twitter without going through a third-party app like Giphy. All the same, the GIFs will not play automatically […]



May, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Twitter Mute and Facebook Football Fans

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This week, Twitter gives us a mute feature to clean up our Timelines while Pinterest gives brands a chance to promote their tweets, starting with a few of them to test it out. Did you know that there are half a billion football fans on Facebook? Also, if you are on Instagram and in Nairobi, you can hang out with fellow Instagrammers this weekend in the city! This and more herein: Twitter Mute For a while, you have been able to mute certain people on Twitter through third-party clients. Now, […]



Apr, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Google +Post Ads, Facebook Profits, Pinterest Guided Search

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It’s been a short two weeks so we are going right ahead and mashing the two up into one. Quite a lot has happened, especially in the Google+ universe. The departure of the Google+ chief, Vic Gundotra, in particular has got people talking today. Last week Google+ opened +Post ads to all advertisers. Meanwhile, Pinterest introduced a new way to search on its mobile apps. Read on to see what more went down in the digital space. Head of Google+ leaves Google Google Senior VP and head of Google+ Vic […]