Digital Wellbeing, Facebook Removing Media Pages and How To Get The Most Out Of Your Video Content – October 16th, 2018 – Jumpwire Social Media Briefing

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PODCAST: Check out our latest podcast where we talk about dating life, claims of Facebook removing media pages and IGTV being pointless. Link

DIGITAL WELLBEING: Instagram’s new activity monitoring feature allows users to set reminders to limit usage time with a passcode entry. See images below.


INSTAGRAM: 5 Instagram marketing trends we will see in 2019. Link

  • IGTV will become pivotal

  • Microbrands will dominate the platform

  • Story-ads will take off

GOOGLE: Google launched a new AR app that lets you draw white lines in the air. Link

FACEBOOK: Facebook deleted 58 more independent media pages last night. NOTE: You can hear us discuss this article on the podcast about how this is total ‘fake’ news. The article was written by one person and spread across the web. There doesn’t seem to be any other articles about this take down. Link

TWITTER: Twitter is under investigation for data collection through its link-shortening system. Link

LIVE STREAMING: 7 tips for going Live on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Link

  • Add value to your content

  • Plan as much as you can

  • Tell a story, with a friend

FACEBOOK: Facebook’s Workplace takes on Slack with AI, newsfeeds—and zero ads. Link

SNAPCHAT: The moment the Internet has been waiting for is here. There are now selfie filters specifically for your cat. Link

CONTENT MODERATORS: An online decency moderator’s advice: Blur your eyes. Link

VIDEO(S) OF THE WEEK: Why video has been exploding on social media in 2018 and what you can do to get the most out of your video content. Link

  • Get personal with your audience targeting

  • Test out a variety of video content

  • Make sure your settings are optimized for sharing

*STAFF PICK: How ’90s stars like Tia Mowry are having a comeback with shows on Facebook and YouTube. Link

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