Twitter releases new collage feature

Geeks need to try!

Twitter, the famous microblogging platform has recently released the new functionality that allows from moblie to upload multiple photos to create a collage

The new collage option that lets you share up to four photos in a single tweet. Select the images and it will tile them into a neat rectangle. Previously you would need a third-party app to make a collage. The only minus is that the option is available only for Iphines on the 6.3 app version.

In addition to that Twitter has released a tagging funcitonality, yet not so innovative for Facebook or Istagram users. the advantage is that  image tags won’t count against a tweet’s 140-character limit. Any tagged images will pop up under the Interactions tab, just like regular tweets in which you are mentioned.

source Mashable Twitter Collage

The Facebook News Feed

Multimedia content is the new trend in social media. The booming of new photo sharing paltforms further confirms that user attitude is moving to a greater engagement in videos and photos rather then contents. A photo is indedd worth a thousand words, it has no language boundaries and  is more impressive to their minds.

Well, Facebook seems to be well aware of and here come the new news feed redisign. Last week  they released a redesign on the news feed where audiovisual imagery is the king.

YOu can preview it at https://www.facebook.com/about/newsfeed.

Be aware that the relase is not available to all Facebooker, nevertheless you ca apply  in the preview page if you’re logged in on facebook.

 

Understanding Facebook’s EdgeRank

Facebook pages ranking

 

Facebook Edge Rank Algorithm

4 are the  main factors that measure the reach of your posts like Google PageRange

1. the level of interaction fans have with your posts

2. People’s reaction to your posts

3. The interaction of fans with the type of contents you post i.e. photos, video

4. Complaints your posts receive, that are likely to  be less shown in the News Feed

Understanding Facebook’s EdgeRank | Social Media Today.