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Why Facebook, Google, and Snap Love AR – and What’s Coming Next

After years of dormancy, the hype around augmented reality (AR) is ratcheting back up. Here’s your guide to AR and the major players in the space.

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Why Some Online Video Stars Opt for Facebook Over YouTube

The best-known video celebrities gravitate to the mass audience of YouTube. But some others are carving a niche on the worlds biggest social network.

Source - Read More: www.nytimes.com

 
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Hack: Publishers Game Facebook By Posting Pictures As ‘Videos’

Adapting to Facebook’s increasing demand for more video or acting shady to increase reach? Either way, these pubs are having success by posting pics as videos

Source - Read More: adage.com

 
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Snapchat’s Snap Maps feature (probably) isn’t going to get you murdered

Snapchat’s Snap Maps feature (probably) isn’t going to get you murdered

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But it may help you find new friends and events happening in your area

 
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The Way For You to Win on Facebook is Simple: Stop Doing These 2 Things #FacebookMarketing Marketing

Facebook is becoming more powerful, and competitive, by the day. Here’s what two of the world’s top social media experts say will keep you ahead.

Source - Read More: www.inc.com

Social media marketing is always changing as the platforms change. It is always a good idea to test different types of posts, They could be video, photos, shared posts, try different types of text within the posts and see what works and what doesn’t with your audience.

 
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