Every week, Melbourne Content Strategist Lieu Pham compiles the latest content marketing articles, news and advice from the web to create the week in content marketing. Sit back, relax and enjoy staying on top of the latest digital content marketing news and trends!
This week, Facebook introduces two separate features, encouraging democratic participation and romantic hookups.
A study reveals the secret to selfie success while a new Google acquisition sees foreign words translated with a camera.
Meanwhile, LinkedIn released a new ranking feature to fuel our status anxiety. How popular are you? And who really cares?
The social network’s ‘I’m a Voter’ button, credited for increasing turnout for the 2010 US midterms, is being rolled out globally.
The new opt-in feature can activate your phone’s microphone, identify a song you’re listening to or a television show you’re watching, and tag it in your News Feed post.
Within the ‘Who’s Viewed Your Profile’ section, a new feature shows how you rank compared to others in your company, as well as everyone you’re connected to within the social network.
With the introduction of the ‘Ask’ button, Facebook is trying to change the status from ‘It’s complicated’ to ‘In a relationship’.
Millward Brown’s annual BrandZ study shows Google is in the number one spot, followed by Apple, IBM, Microsoft and McDonald’s.
According to a new study, certain filters and hashtags do drive engagement. Interestingly, requesting likes seems to actually work.
The Word Lens app, recently acquired by Google, allows you to use your phone’s camera to frame a foreign phrase and translate it. Pretty handy for reading road signs in foreign countries. Guardare per i canguri!
This new feature will create a holiday photo album for you.
LinkedIn’s features are great for B2B play.
Think you know SEO? Here’s a detailed rundown of the dos and don’ts.
Test your football skills with an interactive vending machine and be rewarded with a free Pepsi.
Marketer Danny Brown mulls over the future of PR.
As privacy concerns grow, businesses are conflicted over the use of social login services. Are they on their way out?
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