Yes, you read that correctly. Twitter’s increasing the character limit of tweets from 140 to 280. The change was announced in a tweet by the company posted September 26 that read “Can’t fit your Tweet into 140 characters? We’re trying something new with a small group, and increasing the character
It’s time again for the Digipave Monday Review and we’ve got some big stories for you this week. Take a look:
Apple’s iPhone Event: Save the date because Apple has sent out invitations for a September 12th iPhone event at Apple’s brand new company headquarters in Cupertino, California. According to reports, along
If you see a green badge like this next to a contact’s name, it means that the phone number of this contact belongs to a business account verified by WhatsApp. In an FAQ on its site, WhatsApp says it “is exploring ways for you to communicate with the businesses that matter
It’s another Monday and time for the Digipave Monday Review. We’ve got some big stories for you this week including news from WeWork, WhatsApp, LinkedIn and Amazon. So here we go:
WeWork is now valued at how much? SoftBank announced last week that it would invest $4.4 billion in WeWork.
WhatsApp’s Status feature just received a major update. In addition to sharing photos (and adding cool emojis to them), you can now share text-only updates that include a colorful background as well as links. The update is similar to the new colored backgrounds that Facebook introduced last year for text updates.
As we reported back in July, LinkedIn had been testing native video with a limited number of users. Well today, LinkedIn officially introduced video to all users. According to the statement on LinkedIn’s blog, “if you don’t yet have the ability to post videos, you will soon as we continue
Yes, it is Monday, again. Which means it’s time for the Digipave Monday Review. We’ve got a big story from Facebook that will surely interest our European readers. We have two interesting items from LinkedIn that you’ll want to know about. As well, some “breaking news” from YouTube. Beyond those
It’s Monday again and time to take a quick look at some of the major social media stories that broke last week. This Monday’s review looks at a big announcement from Facebook, not so good news from Snap and an interesting item from Twitter that was covered right here on
What if there was a way for you to reach more people with your tweets without having to create ads or manage campaigns? Well, now there is. Twitter just announced a new private beta program that will automatically amplify your tweets. Twitter is offering a 30 day trial to select
As Facebook looks to increase its revenue, the company is determined to find new places to put ads. After a successful round of beta testing, Facebook’s next stop for ads is Messenger. Facebook announced the global expansion of Messenger Ads in a blog post earlier this week: “Messenger ads are