Social Media Slice for August 29, 2018

Today we are looking at 3D images on Facebook news feeds, online social media conference options, and potential new features in the upcoming iOS 12.

SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers and Small Business Owners doing their own marketing.


MAIN SLICE

Adding another dimension to your client’s marketing just took an interactive turn at Facebook. Potential customers will be able to interact with and explore visual details of 3D images, objects, and videos directly in their News Feeds.

For example, use a 3D video for a behind-the-scenes look at your client’s business or other interactive settings like an event, showroom tour, demo, or product reveal. More


SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY

On line social media conference. The answer to a Social Media Manager’s need to learn more to grow & expand your business but on a limited time and expense budget.

Denise Wakeman passed on this info: It’s running for a full 2 weeks and has over 100 speakers sharing their knowledge. Speakers are scheduled from Groove, AppSumo, GoSquared, HelpDocs, Canny and Plutio. Begins Sept 3. Select whom you wish to learn from. More


SLICE MOTIVATION


SLICE INGREDIENTS

While iOS 12 is currently in developer beta 3, I have come upon a preview of features that may be available once it hits the streets. Things like Stacked Notifications, Multi-Person Face Time calls, and Build your own Animoji. More


SLICE ON THE GO

Marketing Nightmare 101. Oh no they didn’t? Yes they did. Airline Gave Little Girls ‘Future Cabin Crew’ Stickers, While the Boys Got ‘Future Pilot’. How would you handle a possible negative social media firestorm? More


(Your thoughts are ALWAYS welcome. Turn this into a conversation either here or on my Twitter account @amssvs)

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