Retweet After Me: Week of Jan. 28

Facebook Says It Will Weed Out Fake News — But Leave the Onion Alone by Peter Kafka

Use Facebook to show off pictures of your dogs — or, better yet, videos of your dogs — or whatever. But don’t use it to spread bogus stories about Betty White’s death. That’s the newest edict from Facebook, which says it is cracking down on hoaxes, scams “or deliberately false or misleading news stories.” [Read More]

Why Snapchat’s Latest Update Will Change the Way You Get News by Sean Griffis

Hold your phone (and maybe take a video) because Snapchat just had a stormageddon all its own. The photo + video messaging app just got attacked with a news blizzard courtesy of its brand spankin’ new features and we are totally all about it. [Read More]

Best Twitter Ad Practices Include Narrow Targets, Videos and Brevity by Andra Mircioiu

More than four years after introducing advertising on its platform, Twitter has changed the way businesses create ads. And as with any game in which the rules have shifted, players adapt by developing new strategies. [Read More]

Facebook Now Has 3B Video Views Per Day by Ingrid Lunden

If it’s starting to feel to you like every visit you make to Facebook these days is full of videos, you are not alone. Facebook today reported in a strong set of Q4 earnings that there are 3 billion videos viewed on its site each day. With the company also reporting daily active users of 890 million, this works out to more than 3 videos per day. [Read More]

Facebook Is for You, Facebook at Work Is for Your Job by Tim Peterson

Some people still aren’t allowed to use Facebook at work. But the social network wants people to use Facebook *for* work. Facebook has begun testing a work-only version of the social network called Facebook at Work so that companies can use Facebook as an internal communications tool without employees boring their families or oversharing with their bosses. [Read More]

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