Today’s Editor is…
Jeremy Goldman
Plenty of social media news to start off your week! Let’s get rolling, shall we?
YouTube will remove ads and downgrade discoverability of channels posting offensive videos
 After barring Logan Paul earlier today from serving ads on his video channel, YouTube has now announced a more formal…
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What 3,000 voice search queries tell us about the ‘Voice Search Revolution’
Do you think voice search is the next “big thing” digital marketers need to watch for? Contributor Bryson Meunier isn’t…
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The Latest FB Performance Metrics; How Does Your Brand Compare?
More often than not Facebook plays a significant role in a brand’s social strategy. We did an initial analysis of the decreasing fan reach trend several years ago and thought it was worth revisiting. This post includes an updated look at reach in addition to several other interesting findings compiled by the entire Ignite Social Media analytics team! These numbers can be used as a guide to see how your brand’s Facebook performance compares to industry.

Twitter’s business is finally growing again, but its audience isn’t. Maybe that’s OK.
What marketers need to know from Twitter’s Q4 2017 earnings. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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Facebook’s ad placement reports were supposed to roll out to all advertisers last year but have not
To address advertisers’ transparency concerns, last year Facebook said it would provide all advertisers with reports of where their ads…
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L.L. Bean ends legendary lifetime return policy, and of course social media is to blame
Congratulations, internet! We’ve ruined another glorious thing. On Friday, beloved cozy and outdoors-y things retailer L.L. Bean announced that it…
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Your Facebook Page Organic Reach is Dropping (But Not Really)
Your Facebook page organic reach is going to drop up to 20%, but nothing is actually changing. It’s all about…
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Snapchat almost acqui-hired anonymous app Secret
 Evan Spiegel secretly tried to hire away the team at Secret, but the price was too high. That’s according to…
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