We’re back on track with a new edition of Weekly Snacks! We recharged our batteries during these last few weeks and we hope you did too. It’s gonna be a long year, full of releases, updates and news that we’ll share with you. So let’s get started and see what has happened when we were gone!
This is our thirteenth edition of #WeeklySnacks and contrary to popular belief, there’s nothing unlucky to it! It’s also our last edition from 2016 so we’ll only meet again in January. Get your weekly dose of Online Advertising and Social Media News!
Hello and welcome to a new episode of #WeeklySnacks! Find out what happened last week in the world of Online Advertising and Social-Media. What did you miss? You’ll see below.
It’s beginning to look a lot like… a whole bunch of work before this year ends! Here’s our recap of what happened in Online Advertising and Social Media in the last week. Read below our list of conversation starters for your breaks.
This last week was a quiet one when it comes to online advertising. Facebook couldn’t stay away though and had to make it to our #WeeklySnacks by announcing that it will reduce the amount of fake news on its platform. Stay up to date with what’s new in online advertising and social media with some new items that caught our attention.
There is always something new coming up in the online advertising and Social Media World. And it seems like Facebook makes it to every single edition of #WeeklySnacks, be it by buying a new product on the market, releasing one or bringing updates to its existing ones. Google also made the headlines by announcing that it will be rolling out its new mobile-first index soon. Instagram grows bigger and bigger by adding a feature everyone felt the need for. Keep reading and stay tuned. We’ve got a feeling there are more news coming up soon!
The seventh edition of #WeeklySnacks comes with brand new info from the online advertising world. Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, – we’ve got something for each of the fans of these apps! No worries, we’re sure Twitter we’ll be soon back on our lists.