I don't know but am cc'ing @Margaret_Marie …She works more with Instagram, so she may have an idea..?
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The team from Quill share their beginners guide to Instagram marketing in this infographic.
Here’s what they share:
“…Search functionality is a key topic of conversation within the tech industry, from questions about how social media sites surface political accounts to potential bias in search results.
We want to be more transparent about what happens when you search for content on Facebook. So to help set the stage, we created a video to help the people who use Facebook understand the fundamentals of how it works — most importantly, that while search results are influenced by people’s activity on Facebook, they’re not influenced by searches done off of Facebook…”
“No one wants to post silly, racy, or vulnerable Stories if they’re worried their boss, parents, and distant acquaintances are watching. So to get people sharing more, and more authentically, Instagram will let you share to fewer people. Today after 17 months of testing, Instagram is globally launching Close Friends on iOS and Android over the next two days. It lets you build a single private list of your best buddies on Instagram through suggestions or search, and then share Stories just to them. They’ll see a green circle around your profile pic in the existing Story tray to let them know this is Close Friends-only content, but no one gets notified if they’re added or removed from your list that only you can view.”
“Facebook Live is a great option if you’re looking to expand your brand’s exposure online and improve your customer engagement.
But getting it wrong can alienate your audience and damage your reputation for good.
…Here are some common errors to avoid, along with tips to help…”
“Google has been experimenting with a ‘zero search results’ page — where the search engine provides a single answer to queries about local time and mathematical conversions or calculations — e.g., “8 tbsp in tsp” — without displaying any other search results.”
“It can be tough for diabetes patients to keep a constant eye on their glucose levels. Spike Diabetes lets family and doctors lend a hand by sending them real-time alerts about the patient’s stats. And the app’s artificial intelligence features can even send helpful reminders or suggest the most diabetes-friendly meals when you walk into a restaurant.
Today onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Startup Battlefield, Spike Diabetes is launching its Guardian Portal so loved ones with permission can get a closer look at a patients’ data and coach them about staying healthy.”