Lo que debes ver, escuchar y leer esta semana #03

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Lo que debes ver, escuchar y leer esta semana #01

  1. Small and Medium-Sized Businesses: If You’re Not Using Instagram, You’re Already Behind: Instagram is hot, as you may have heard, but not just among the millennials you might picture. The photo- and video-sharing social channel has more than 600 million monthly active users, and more than 200 million people use it every day
  2. Facebook Introduces Live Video to Virtual Reality App, Spaces: Facebook announced that broadcasters can share live video on Facebook from its virtual reality app, Spaces.
  3. Facebook is getting ready to test paid subscriptions with publications: Facebook is moving ahead on plans to let people subscribe to publications through Instant Articles. Nothing’s final, but the current thinking is that it will support publications with metered paywalls and freemium models, said a source familiar with the briefings.
  4. How to sound smart in your TEDx Talk: In a hilarious talk capping off a day of new ideas at TEDxNewYork, professional funny person Will Stephen shows foolproof presentation skills to make you sound brilliant — even if you are literally saying nothing.
  5. El éxito de Instagram Stories augura el fin de SnapChat:  Hace cuatro años Facebook intentó comprar a Snapchat, hoy la está aniquilando.
  6. 55+ Proven Ways Content Marketing Can Help Your Business: Content marketing is a proven commodity that marketers can employ to get results. In fact, more than 85% of marketers use content marketing to generate more engagement and increase sales.
  7. 60 Million Emojis Are Used on Facebook; 5 Billion on Messenger: Face with tears of joy was the most used emoji globally on Facebook and Messenger during the past 30 days.
  8. How Instagram learns from your likes to keep you hooked: Instagram’s Explore tab whittles billions of images down to just the ones you’ll like by tapping your behavior and metadata–not the image content itself
  9. Can you be yourself if everyone’s watching?: The sharing model of the major social networks limits authenticity at scale.
  10. China Censors Winnie-the-Pooh on Social Media:  The Chinese government routinely censors discussion of weighty issues like Tibet, Taiwan and human rights abuses.