Earlier last week, Google confirmed that Google+, the company’s social network since 2011, would be breaking up into two distinct products: Photos and Streams in order to better serve its users. Google Photos will be Google’s photo management service, which includes auto-syncing, uploading, editing, automatic sorting, photo enhancement and easy sharing. Google Streams is the  Read More

Facebook announced yesterday that it will be removing inactive accounts from the network which will likely result in Page owners seeing a drop in their likes. In the official Facebook blog, Facebook explained “to make audience data more meaningful for businesses, we’re updating the way Page likes are counted by removing memorialized or voluntarily inactive  Read More

Big step for online marketing today! For the first time ever, Instagram is offering users the ability to include live links in posts, part of a new carousel-based ad unit that the company is rolling out today. The ad format would allow users to swipe left to view multiple images within the mobile app. In  Read More

Twitter should win an award for “most avid improvement” this year. It’s only March yet the social media site has released so several updates to its interface in an effort to gain and retain its 232 million users. Here are Twitter’s latest updates in just the last few weeks that users and marketers will be  Read More