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Earlier this year, Facebook poached Twitter’s most iconic marker, the hashtag.
Last Thursday, Facebook introduced a redesigned news feed that makes it easier for users to access and read what they want.
So what are the implications for Twitter of Facebook’s revamped news feed?
You’ve likely seen it reported countless times by now: Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, screwed up the privacy settings on a family photo and it ended up on Twitter. And she got all shades of angry about it.
People are saying it isn’t news (though it so obviously is) or they’re having fun focusing on the hilarious irony of the slip-up and her reaction to it – but what about the poor woman who unintentionally shared this “private moment?”
Is Randi Zuckerberg a Twitter bully?
Everyone was wondering a while back how Twitter could have missed out on snagging Instagram, particularly when Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey was an Instagram investor.
Well, it turns out Twitter did attempt to buy Instagram and may not have been given an opportunity to provide a counteroffer – and that could put Instagram’s CEO, Kevin Systrom, in a bit of hot water.
There’s no such thing as “better than” or “worse than” when comparing social media platforms.
Each one serves different purposes and is more effective at certain things. Each one has different impact and influence in different areas.
But certainly, there are points of comparison worth considering in evaluating daily time spent on social media. There are only so many minutes in an hour, and only so much time saved by social media aggregator tools like HootSuite, CoTweet and TweetDeck.
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