It seems nothing changes faster in social media marketing than the big social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Google+. No sooner do we figure out how to best market a product or promote a business than they change the rules!
That’s been especially true for Facebook, which had to find new ways to make money after going public two years ago. Twitter has also been making changes since its IPO in November, but most of them – like tagging people and uploading multiple photos – are geared toward user friendliness. Even Google+, owned by Google, which went public way back in 2004, is constantly tweaking.
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