Thursday, October 5, 2017

Social Media News - October 5, 2017

Here are the social media headlines of the week, curated by our student social media coaches!

Social Media News - October 5, 2017


  • YouTube Adjusts Search Algorithm After Las Vegas Shooting - Engadget
  • Some YouTube Creators End Exclusive Deals with YouTube Red - Variety
  • YouTube Creators Upset About Advertising Restrictions - BBC


  • 10 Million Facebook Users Saw Russian-Sponsored Political Ads - CNBC
  • Apple Music Now Integrates with Facebook Messenger - Engadget
  • Facebook Tests Button To Help Users Determine If a Story Is Fake News - CNBC


  • Shopify and Instagram Are Expanding Shoppable Photos on Instagram - The Verge
  • You Can Now Crosspost Instagram Stories to Facebook Stories - TechCrunch



  • LinkedIn Will Release Analytics Tool Talent Insights For Recruiters in 2018 - CIOL
  • LinkedIn Releasing SnapChat-style Geofilters for Events and Conferences - Mashable

Any headlines we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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