No social media platform consistently makes as many changes as regularly as Facebook does.Every month, this post is filled with new features and updates coming to the platform in huge numbers. We’re getting a lot of changes that are mainly driven by how users and marketers are utilizing the platform. We’ll look at this in the first section, and we’ll also focus on how Facebook’s team is changing with them.Before Twitter built in this retweet feature, users would copy someone’s tweet and write “RT” before it so you would know it was a retweet.You still see this method showing up occasionally by early Twitter users, though it’s increasingly uncommon.Hashtags are a way to label tweets so that other users can see tweets on the same topic.Hashtags contain no spaces or punctuation and begin with a “#” symbol.any tweets that you write are not 100% private even if directed at another user.
In this month’s edition to our Facebook Updates post, we’re going to look at a lot of big changes happening to Facebook and what they mean for businesses and marketers on the platform.if your reply contains something useful for your followers) but not in this circumstance or similar circumstances • if you DO want to share a reply with your followers, you can put any character before their username (typically a period) and this allows all of your followers to see it.It takes the person’s username and puts it “in the middle” of the tweet.On Twitter, you can be followed by 2,000 people but only see 50 people in your feed—50 people you CHOSE to follow.The main difference between the two is that Twitter is much more simplified.“DM’s” as they were once called (now probably just called Messages) are basically like emails. Retweeting is used when you want to share a tweet from another user your followers (for instance something you found funny or a link to a helpful article).