Today’s Editor is…
Jim Tobin
Facebook is trying to help advertisers who need to market globally, while Twitter is providing some clarity on how it seeks to tamp down hate speech. All that and more in today’s @SMCurrent.
LinkedIn rolls out its Career Advice mentoring program to US, UK and India
 LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social platform for the working world with some 530 million members, has made a big push in…
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Facebook makes it easier for advertisers to reach people internationally
Facebook has rolled out four new tools for brands to find and advertise to people around the world. Please visit…
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Twitter details how it reviews and enforces rules around hate speech, violence and harassment
 Twitter has been under fire lately (slash always) for its methods to deal with harassment and abuse on its platform.…
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Pinterest adds custom QR-like codes for businesses, more shoppable pins
In a series of product updates and feature additions, Pinterest is trying to solidify its visual search platform ahead of…
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What Social Marketers Can Do to Prepare for 2018
25601440 We wanted to create a space where social marketers can dig deeper into trending topics and learn a little…
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7 Tools for More Effective Management of your YouTube Channel
Did you know that online videos will account for more than 80% of all consumer internet traffic by 2020? Another staggering…
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New Feature: Facebook Creative Split Testing
Facebook creative split testing is an update of Facebook’s built-in split testing feature to help advertisers test to find the…
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