Tumblr Sold to WordPress Owner-
This is interesting. Verizon dumps Tumblr as user numbers dropped after adult content was banned. New owner Automattic plans no changes there, but there could be an interesting synergy to develop between the two blogging platforms.
“Tumblr was once a hugely influential force in the blogging and social media sphere, but it become less so under Yahoo and then Verizon’s ownership. Meanwhile, platforms like Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube moved to fill the void and become much larger cultural forces as a result. Still, Tumblr does have a very active and dedicated community.” – Julia Alexander, writing for The Verge
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Instagram Looking to Hire a Meme Liaison-
Yes, it is a real job. Looking to take a break from social media marketing? Know your way around memes? Instagram wants to talk to you, especially after the July 26 blowup when Instagram wiped out more than 142 memers’ accounts, with no explanation!
“According to Lila King, Instagram’s head of news and publishing partnerships, the person will work within Instagram’s partnerships division to identify important new formats and trends while also serving memers already on the platform, including large and well-established meme accounts…” – Taylor Lorenz, writing for The Atlantic
Setting Up a Snapchat Reach and Frequency Campaign-
The numbers of people who still don’t “get” Snapchat are decreasing. So… social media managers who don’t know how to use it for marketing their client’s brand are at a disadvantage. We’ve got your back. Here are some tips.
“Reach and Frequency buying is currently rolling out to some qualifying Advertisers in the US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Australia, Germany, India, Norway, the Netherlands, and Denmark. So, it may not be available to you right now, but it’s good news if it is, as it allows you to buy in advance with predictable ad delivery and control over frequency.” – George Carey-Simos, writing for WERSM
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