B2B Social Media Shakeup: 4 Developments That Have Caught Our Eye
Following scandal, criticism, and calls for more privacy and relevancy, social media giants are working hard to recapture their original allure as safe communities and conversation destinations.
And while platforms are ardently focused on heightening the everyday user’s experience, the movements we’ve seen so far in 2019 signals that B2B brands will still have some things to look forward to.
This is a teeny sampling of the social media headlines we saw in the first quarter of 2019 alone:
LinkedIn* launches its much-anticipated live video platform.
Twitter reveals its developing new tools to help publishers understand the type of content that’s resonating most with readers.