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It’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with all of the social media changes. Now with the launch of Meerkat and Periscope and the recent Twitter/Google deal it seems loud and clear that social media is the best, and most innovative, place to gain more exposure and more customers for your small business.
If you’ve been in business for a while you’ve probably tested one or more social media sites. And maybe you’re on all of them because you feel like being everywhere is an important part of your marketing? But the truth is that it’s not. In fact, it’s not about being everywhere but everywhere that matters. Why? Because effective social media isn’t quantity, it’s quality, and this goes for likes and followers, too.
Music discovery platform Shazam is today rolling out a new feature in partnership with over two dozen artists that will allow Shazam users to see which songs their favorite musicians are listening to on the service. The news comes just ahead of Apple Music’s worldwide debut tomorrow, which will introduce streaming music, radio and other features, including a social network called Connect – a sort of Facebook for musicians that lets them share music, videos and notes with fans.
Pinterest rolls out buyable pins on iPhone and iPad in the U.S., with Android and desktop support coming later
Pinterest today announced that its new buyable pins — featuring blue price tags and “Buy it” buttons — are now live for people using the app on iPhone and iPad in the U.S.
Pinterest first introduced the feature at the beginning of this month, saying that they would be coming to the iPhone and the iPad within the next few weeks. Now Pinterest has officially begun the rollout. (You’ll know you have access to them when Pinterest sends you an email notification about it.)
This week's tweets include the NBA draft and take your pet to work day, but marriage equality in the U.S. was the showstopper, sending Twitter into a frenzy.
Twitter has gone into overdrive at today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling to legalize same sex marriage across America. Under the hashtags #LoveWins, #LoveIsLove, #MarriageEquality, #SCOTUS and a number of other variants, some posts were attracting retweets and favourites in the tens of thousands.
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