The latest Twitter research has found that Tweets which include images gets retweeted 35% and with video links gets retweeted 28% more than text-only tweets. This research was conducted with data pulled from more than 2 million tweets from thousands of verified users.
It was further found out that adding a quote, a number or digit, or a hashtag also boosts the number of retweets.
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Facebook continues to change how it looks with its latest makeover on its Pages. The biggest change sees all page posts in one column just like on a user profile. This is clear to become helpful to both users as well as page admins.
Additionally, a new feature called “Pages to Watch” has also been introduced to the Page Insights tool.
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Google has introduced a new design on search to desktop users. This new design sees both the view of organic search results and ads without underlines and increased font sizes. It also sees a change in the way ads are labeled.
According to Google’s senior vice president of search, the new design is thought to be “cleaner and simpler” and “optimised for touch”.