The BYTE 11/18/22

Mary Diegel

The latest technology and marketing trends from each week.

 

Welcome to the BYTE, where we serve up the latest marketing and tech news from the last week for you to sink your teeth into. 

This week we're taking a BYTE out of Instagram's music feature, TikTok advertising tips, 2023 social media algorithms, YouTube's handles, and a turtle-shaped "terayacht".

 

Generally 

Instagram Offers Music for Still Photos

Instagram is adding a new feature to help enhance their feed photo post experience. The platform's users already incorporate music to express themselves on Stories and Reels, so the app took it one step further and now offers the same tool for their still photos. Learn more about this update on Social Media Today's blog post

 

Take Notes 

TikTok Advertising Tips

TikTok has over 1 billion users and is among the most popular social media platforms, especially for younger generations. The upcoming holidays make it the perfect time to put the peddle to those advertising campaigns. TikTok recently released some key steps to help maximize your ad performance. Check them out here

Social Media Algorithms 

When working on your social media marketing plan, consider social media algorithms. Each social platform's algorithm uses unique ranking signals that rank your content and determine who views it. View Hootesuite's guide to learn important ranking signals for each social network to optimize your social media performance. 

YouTube's Handles

After years of not having username handles, YouTube finally made the jump! That's right! YouTube recently announced they are rolling out the ability for users to choose a unique username that supports their channel. Read more about this in Brafton's article.

 

Totally Unrelated

Outlandish Turtle-Shaped Floating City 

Italian designers created plans for a solar-powered "terayacht" shaped like a turtle. The vessel, called the Pangeos, would feature hotels, shopping centers, and parks and be able to house up to 60,000 guests. Currently, this floating city is only a concept. But if this massive watercraft comes to fruition, it will become the largest floating structure ever invented. Learn more about the Pangeos in the Daily Mail's article.

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