Twitter Testing Notifications For Specific Tweet Replies-
Keeping up with what is being said on Twitter about your client’s brand or on competitor accounts could get easier for social media managers.
“Users will be able to choose any Tweet from any account, and stay in the loop as the discussion around it takes place. There are three options to choose from when asking for Twitter to send you a notification for a Tweet reply.” – George Carey-Simos, writing for WERSM
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Saying FB or IG Will Get Your Ad Banned-
Revelation of the weekend from Jon Loomer! He tells the story of how he found out why one of his ads didn’t pass Facebook standards. Shortcuts can make things take longer.
“The specific portion of the Facebook Advertising Policies cited here is 11. Use of Brand Assets. If you’re going to use Facebook brand assets in your ads, you just need to make sure that those assets are accurate and up-to-date, whether it be spelling or use of the logo.” – Jon Loomer, writing for Jon Loomer .com
Instagram Has a Banned Hashtag List-
Did you know that there are banned hashtags, let alone a list? And using them could get your IG account in hot water?
“Here’s how to search if a hashtag is blocked or not:
Tap on the magnifying glass icon, which in effect is the Explore’ tab.
Type the hashtag in the search bar.
If the hashtag doesn’t appear in the search results, then maybe it was banned.” – Adina Jipa, writing for Social Insider
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