Changes Coming From Instagram: What Marketers Need to Know
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On this week’s Social Media Marketing Talk Show, we explore what marketers need to know about changes coming from Instagram and the expanded rollout of Facebook’s search ad placement with special guests Jenn Herman and Amanda Robinson.
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Instagram and IGTV Desktop Publishing From Facebook Creator Studio: Page admins can now use Facebook Creator Studio to upload and publish Instagram and IGTV posts from the desktop. This workaround also gives users access to insights and the ability to manage all inbound and outbound communications from a laptop or computer. Prior to this, Instagram direct messages were only accessible through the mobile app.
Instagram and WhatsApp Rebranded With “From Facebook”: The Information reports “Facebook plans to signal its control of Instagram and WhatsApp by adding its name to both apps.” The company confirmed this change and stated that it wants “to be clearer about the products and services that are part of Facebook.”
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Instagram Purges Meme Pages and Hires New Strategic Partnerships Manager for Meme Accounts: Following a recent purge of meme accounts that led to an outcry from account owners and users, Instagram is hiring its first-ever strategic partnerships manager to focus specifically on managing meme accounts and digital publishers.
Facebook Expands Search Ads Placements to More Advertisers: After testing search ads late last year with a small number of businesses in the United States, Facebook is now expanding the availability of these placements to more advertisers.
Like ads on the Facebook news feed, search ads have a “Sponsored” tag above them and advertisers can create them with either static images or carousels. The new search placement option appears as “Facebook search” when creating campaigns for Facebook news feed and must run in tandem with news feed ads.
Facebook Removes Outdated and Infrequently Used Interest Targeting Options: Facebook plans to remove thousands of outdated and infrequently used interest targets such as old movie or band names, and other older cultural references across all Facebook ads interfaces and APIs over the coming months. Facebook expects that the vast majority of advertisers won’t notice the removals.
Facebook Appears to be Adding Slideshow Option for Stories: Facebook appears to be testing a new Stories option, which will enable users to add a still image slideshow to their Story. Discovered by Matt Navarra and on iOS only.
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August 13, 2019 at 04:51AM