This week’s digital and social news includes information about new analytic information that is now available for Instagram, a review and update on that US Airways social media “mishap” and an overview of all of the recent changes to the Facebook News Feed.
- Brands You Follow on Instagram Are Watching You Verrrrry Closely – New analytics are now available for Instagram, giving the analytic company’s customers’ the ability to get detailed information about the followers who interact with its posts.
- US Airways Posts Extremely NSFW Photo on Its Twitter Feed – ICYMI, on Monday, the Twitter feed of US Airways posted an extremely NSFW picture that remained on its feed for roughly one hour before being removed. Update: US Airways has said that the employee who accidentally tweeted the photo will not be fired.
- Facebook’s News Feed: What Changed and Why – With the newest changes to the Facebook News Feed, you’re likely noticing more auto-play videos, larger photos, high quality news stories, resurfaced content and more content from brands. You’re likely seeing fewer meme photos, spammy links and posts that ask you to like, share or comment.