Twitter started making strides toward greater usability these last few weeks, with changes to how the character count is totaled and now “Moments,” a brand new feature to make telling stories easier. What are Moments? The shortest possible answer is that they’re a collection of tweets about a topic. Any user can choose to create
Facebook has long been the leader in social media advertising, but Twitter is fighting back with tools for business owners and social media marketers that make managing a customer base simpler than ever by introducing Twitter Dashboard. Dashboard launched at the very end of June as an app for iOS and desktop computers. The app
Instagram is like a museum of the big moments of a person’s life, and Snapchat is the quick and easy spot for moment-by-moment updates. Snapchat shares disappear within 24 hours. Their impermanence makes them feel less lofty, a little easier to create, toss around to friends and forget. Instagram posts live forever, and users want
In the digital age, where nothing is ever truly lost or forgotten, there is a peculiar sort of demand: a service that lets digital content exist and be viewed for a short time, after which it is completely erased from existence.
See Part 1 Here Now that we’ve discussed the basics of content sharing, especially how to pick what to work with, we’ve still got more to discuss: where do we find content in the first place? It’s not so hard, once you understand the ethics of sharing: virtually everything online, from articles to videos, images and