What changes has Twitter made to the 140 character limit? We have scoured the web to find the top news stories that will matter to you and your online marketing.
These articles will help your small business to not only keep up with but actually stay ahead of major online marketing updates.
This Month’s Online Marketing News:
Media Attachments No Longer Count Towards Twitter’s 140 Character Limit
After much speculation, Twitter has confirmed the 140 character limit is still in place; however, media attachments no longer count towards the limit. This includes photographs, videos, gifs, polls, and quoting another tweet.
Instagram Releases a Save Draft Feature
You can now create your Instagram posts and save them for posting later. After you take or upload a photo or video, add effects, filters, and a caption or your location, you can tap the back arrow at the top left where a new “Save Draft” button will appear. This new feature is great for making the best use of your time!
How To Appear in the Google Local 3-Pack
Google has once again changed its local search results display, known as the Google Local 3-Pack. Use the checklist of questions in this blog post to find areas where your business can improve not only your Google Local 3-Pack rankings but your overall exposure to potential clients.
SnapChat Rolls Out Easy Customizable Geofilters
“Snapchat is making it easier for anyone to create on-demand geofilters. Through the launch of templates, you can customize right through the company’s website.” So if you have an event or a celebration coming up, impress your followers with a customized geofilter.
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