We spend the week reading the best things we can get our eyeballs on and on Fridays we share them here with you as The Week in Social.
Read anything good that we missed? Share it with us on Twitter or give us your thoughts at @UnionMetrics.
Don’t fear vertical video: Instagram Provides Tips on Creating Effective Vertical Video Content from Andrew Hutchinson for Social Media Today.
Working with influencers? Study: Just 25% of Instagram influencers are compliant with FTC rules, from Robert Williams for Mobile Marketer. As we always say: When in doubt, disclose. That goes for brands and influencers alike.
On influencers and everything else
If you feel like influencer marketing is getting stale and losing, well, influence, here are 4 Ways to Fight Influencer Fatigue in an Increasingly Wary World from Sarah Clark for Adweek.
And: Why your headlines are worth almost all your content marketing efforts (and how to improve them) from James Carson for Econsultancy’s blog.
Every week we work to stay on top of the latest platform updates and share the most relevant with you here.
This week it’s short and sweet with some speculation on Twitter updates:
- Twitter Is Experimenting With A Way To Show You Even More Breaking News Tweets [Alex Kantrowitz for BuzzFeed]
- Twitter’s Reportedly Working on a New, Snapchat-Like Ad Option [Andrew Hutchinson for SMT]
Thank you, as always, for reading and we’ll see you next week!
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