Small Business News
1. Instagram Introduces New ‘Favorites’ Feature, No More Need for ‘Finstagram’ (06/27/2017)|
Instagram had been testing a new feature with which users can now create a list of friends. Called Favorites, users can now share posts with a smaller group of people rather than all of their followers.
2. Problems With iPhone 8 Touch ID Sensor Expected to Delay Its Release (06/26/2017)
Apple has a history of being secretive about their products until they are launched. However, that does not stop leakers from revealing some details about them.
3. 5 Ways to Build Your Brand With Instagram (06/23/2017)
As proven by their 700 million monthly active users, Instagram is a popular social media platform for millennials. Because of their massive growth, wide reach, and strong influence over consumers, it is hard for any brand to ignore their power.
4. Amazon’s New Patent May Block Customer In-Store Price Comparison (06/22/2017)
A patent purchased by Amazon may pose potential privacy issues. Named, “Physical Store Online Shopping Control,” this technology has the capability to track shoppers within their brick-and-mortar stores.
5. Promoting a Business with Limited Resources (06/19/2017)
Your brand is the core of your marketing strategy and your business. It may be challenging to deliver your branding message with limited resources, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible, thanks to the limitless tools available on the internet.
6. Businesses Have A Lot To Gain From Micro-Influencers (06/16/2017)
Have you ever been convinced by a celebrity you are following on Instagram to buy something? We’ve all been there. When it comes to products and services, you as a consumer tend to follow suggestions from what you consider your inner circle—friends, family, and sometimes, your favorite social media star.
7. Facebook Connects Politicians to Their Constituents With New Feature (06/12/2017)
Facebook has now expanded its Town Hall concept, which allows people to reach out to their elected officials, as it came up with a dedicated feature for politicians themselves. With this feature, elected officials can further determine the pulse of their constituents, and better represent their voices in Congress.
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