Soldsie Digest – Refinery29 Joins Have2Have.it, Fall-Themed Social Strategies, and Google Fact-Checks the News
Fall means Halloween, pumpkin-flavored everything, and cozy scarves. Here’s how to tailor your social media content to fit the season and drive engagement. Soldsie Blog.
From the Networks
Facebook added live video to its journalist app Signal to allow Facebook Live to influence real-time reporting. VentureBeat.
Snapchat is actively courting Hollywood producers for new programming. Digiday.
Twitter is seeing success with ad buyers for its Instagram-like carousel ads. Digiday.
From Everyone Else
Google added a fact-checking tab to Google News to display factual news next to trending topics. Hopefully, Facebook is next. TechCrunch.
Vimeo helps you spice up your account profile with looping cover videos. VentureBeat.
Apple stands to gain 5-7 million new users over the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Digital Trends.
Refinery29 was founded in 2005 by four friends based out of a 750-square-foot apartment with just a $5,000 investment. Today, the website boasts nearly 400 employees in offices worldwide, publishing over 2,000 stories a month and welcoming 25 million unique visitors per month. The editors cover everything from entertainment news and fashion to health and lifestyle. The destination for stylish, intelligent women, @refinery29 connects its 1.3 million Instagram followers to thought-provoking content through Have2Have.it.
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