Daily Crunch: Twitter threads are getting easier

Twitter is rolling out a “continue thread” button, ViacomCBS has big plans for its streaming service and Morgan Stanley acquires E-Trade. Here’s your Daily Crunch for February 20, 2020. 1….

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Twitter Adds New Option to Add New Tweets Into Old Tweet Threads

I could almost hear the circuit grids of a million keyboards cracking as Twitter users responded to this gleeful new update. So, that seems pretty cool, pretty helpful. I mean, it’s…

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TikTok introduces parental controls with new ‘Family Safety Mode’ feature, launching first in UK

TikTok announced today the introduction of a new set of parental controls, called “Family Safety Mode,” designed to let parents set limits on their teenage children’s use of the TikTok…

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Pinterest Publishes Data on Trending Searches by Women

Ahead of International Women’s Day 2020, Pinterest has this week published a new report which looks at trending searches among female users, and what they mean with respect to how the…

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Twitter Acquires Chroma Labs, the Team Behind Stories Editing App ‘Chroma Stories’

We could soon have a whole new range of visual tools for Twitter The company has this week announced its acquisition of Chroma Labs, the team behind the Chroma Stories app,…

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5 TED Talks Every Social Media Pro Should Watch

I love watching TED Talks – in fact, several of my year-end emails to my team have included a reference (and link) back to Angela Duckworth’s “Grit: The power of…

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Facebook prototypes tabbed News Feed with Most Recent & Seen

Facebook may make it easier to escape its ranking algorithm and explore the News Feed in different formats. Facebook has internally prototyped a tabbed version of the News Feed for…

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The Best Times to Post on Social Media According to Research [Infographic]

Are you looking for ways to generate more engagement on social media? Want to ensure you’re posting at the best times for your audience? While the exact right times to…

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Facebook Is Offering Free Advice and Assistance to Businesses Impacted by Australian Bushfires

Here’s a Facebook initiative that’s particularly close to my heart – in fact, close to my house (I could see the flames at one point). This week, Facebook has announced a…

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Facebook pushes EU for dilute and fuzzy internet content rules

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is in Europe this week — attending a security conference in Germany over the weekend, where he spoke about the kind of regulation he’d like applied…

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