The Weekly Round-up – 19th of October to 25th October 2018Oct 26, 2018
In this week’s weekly round-up we cover a new blog post on ways to appreciate your employees, social media updates and why you need to back-up your website.
New on the blog
New 3D Pictures now available on FB
You might be in for a visual surprise as 3D photos get rolled out on Facebook.
What do you need to enjoy this feature?
Avoid the Stress – Back Up Your Website
The last thing you want to happen is to receive a message from a prospective client advising you that your website is down or heaven forbid has been HACKED !!
Backing up your website is one of the most important steps of managing your website.
Here’s the details on what you can do to be on the safe side; Avoid the Stress – Back Up Your Website
Instagram is testing a new method of using the platform
Could this be the end to scrolling?
Read about this feature on this post from the WERSM blog; Instagram is testing a new method of using the platform
Have you customized your Instagram Nametag yet?
You can now scan your nametag but more importantly, you can customize it.
This includes customizing your emoji, color and selfie.
Find out how you can do this on the WERSM blog; Have you customized your Instagram Nametag yet?
Facebook is still on a rampage removing Pages, Groups and Profiles
Facebook is still on a rampage removing accounts that they class have broken its “rules against spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior”
They are removing Pages, Groups and Profiles.
They are also removing fake accounts or multiple accounts with the same names and posting massive amounts of content across the network to drive traffic to an external website.
Read more about this on the WERSM blog; Facebook is still on a rampage removing Pages, Groups and Profiles
Facebook’s new group feature allows for chat for up to 250 members at a time
I don’t know about you but it is really hard to follow a chat with more then one other member in it let alone 250 especially if it is a fast moving conversation.
It’s clear Facebook wants their 1.4 billion people chatting.