This Week in Social Media: Facebook Rolls Out Updated Page Insights, Facebook Redesigns Ad Buying and Reporting Tools and More

The past week we saw some major updates and changes in many of the social media platforms. Here we bring you the latest happenings in social media in the past week.

Facebook Rolls Out Updated Page Insights


After gaining feedback from several users regarding the new facebook insights, facebook has started rolling out the updated Page Insights with some highly requested features as well.

Facebook Redesigns Ad Buying and Reporting Tools


 Now, the ad buying process will start with a simple question: What’s your advertising objective? The tools will recommend an appropriate ad based on that objective, and then help determine how your ads performed against your objective.

Facebook Deactivates the “Who Can Look Up Your Timeline by Name?” Feature


If you used the “Who can look up your timeline by name?” feature to make your name unsearchable, this feature will be stopped. You’ll have to use the other privacy settings to control who can see your content. The reason given was the very obvious shift to graph search.

New features on Twitter for Windows Phone 3.0


The new version of Twitter namely Twitter for Windows Phone 3.0 has features that you can customize specifically for the Windows platform. Also being introduced is a Dark Theme.

Foursquare Rolls Out Upgrades


With real time recommendations, in the updated Foursquare you’ll notice an updated look and feel, with a simple feed that shows you what’s most relevant nearby, right now.

Check out our previous episode here and keep checking this space for more news on social media.

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