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Pinterest adds visual search for elements in images and through your camera

Pinterest has mentioned they are launching three new products today that will point out specific elements in pictures — whether viewed live through a camera or through a typical image search — and use them as a jumping point for search. This is designed to keep people interested in relevant images to return to their website. Read More

Pinterest adds visual search for elements in images and through your camera

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Twitter plans to trim down its ads products

Twitter continue to allow more and more ads into their Twitter feed as time as past, consumers are getting bombarded with promoted Tweets and ads based on their search history.So it’s time for a change. Twitter will reduce 3 areas of it’s ad product. They feel that they need to find a happy medium that satisfies both consumers and investors. Read More

Twitter plans to trim down its ads products

Facebook’s new job opening posts poach business from LinkedIn

LinkedIn has neglected two big opportunities Facebook is now capitalizing on: helping lower-skilled workers and people who aren’t actively looking for a job. Today Facebook is rolling out a slew of new Jobs features.  This could seriously impact LinkedIn’s growth prospects- let the social media battle begin! Read More

Facebook s new job opening posts poach business from LinkedIn

Facebook will auto play sound despite complaints

Some users are sure to be annoyed by the change to auto playing audio in the News Feed that Facebook announced yesterday. It could lead them to inadvertently blast sound from their phones while in public. Luckily, those who hate it can turn off autoplay sound in their Facebook settings. Check out the new video features here. Read More

Facebook will auto play sound despite complaints