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Monthly Link Roundup – 05-30-17

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

Quora’s Ads Platform Is Out Of Beta And Available Globally (MarketingLand.com)

Quora, the platform that lets users get answers to questions on just about anything they can dream of, has now opened its native advertising platform to publishers globally. The site currently has a monthly user base of 200 million unique visitors, up from 100 million as of early 2016.

Facebook, Messenger And Instagram May Soon Support Cross-App Notifications (TheTechPortal.com)

Facebook’s family of apps—Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram—are moving in together and testing new cross-app notifications. The feature is slated to not only help users to switch more easily between the apps, but also improve the way people discover and connect with other users and brands.

Need-To-Know Metrics, Right On Your Pins (Business.Pinterest.com)

As part of Pinterest’s ongoing effort to improve its ad options and business value, the company has added Pin-specific statistics, which makes it easier for Pinterest for Business users to access and analyze their sponsored Pins data.

How to Use BuzzFeed-Style Quizzes for Social Media Marketing (SocialMediaToday.com)

Even traditional media outlets such as The New York Times, CNN, and The Economist are now using quizzes to drive engagement on social media. Quizzes can offer an engaging, interactive, and creative way to generate engagement in a wide range of niches.

Twitter Users Can Now Search for Emoji in Usernames, Tweets (AdWeek.com)
Twitter’s latest update included emoji capabilities to search, allowing power users to make emoji-specific searches more precise. This feature can also help users discover more tweets and improve searches for specific accounts that use emojis in their usernames.

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