Social Media News – October 2018
Facebook continues the assualt on YouTube with new ad options for video.
Facebook states it’s begining a crack down on click bait and poor quality advertising on the platform.
Our hateful conduct policy is expanding to address dehumanizing language and how it can lead to real-world harm. The Twitter Rules should be easier to understand so we’re trying something new and asking you to be part of the development process. Read more and submit feedback.
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) September 25, 2018
Twitter has announced bans on dehumanising language.
Twitter has also announced it will show if users have voilated the rules of conduct on their profile.
New QR code’s to add Instagram profiles in real life have been rolled out in the app.
New in stream video ad types, TrueView, to push engagement with advertising on the platform.
A 6,000 word memo from Snapchats CEO was leaked, detailing the companies future and ‘survival’ plan. Techcrunch reports on the key take-aways.
A new report on Gen Z’s digital habits has revealed some startling info for marketers. It appears they aren’t moving as quickly as was first thought.