Hope y’all had a great weekend! Today’s Rallyverse Roundup has suggested changes for Tumblr, analysis on Facebook’s ongoing whack-a-mole problem, insight as to why YouTube might now be a little safer for brands, news about a new platform made for connecting apps and services like Dropbox, and more.
You know what’s cool? Snapchat. And Instagram. And basically any other app aimed at teens that isn’t Facebook.
Whether it’s avoiding Game of Thrones spoilers without add-ons or figuring out which cute cat photo has earned the most notes, here are six changes we would make to Tumblr.
While there has been some user outcry, there are signs that YouTube is becoming a quieter place. In fact, one YouTube partner, vidIQ—after surveying 1,300 random posts—found that there were 40 percent fewer comments since the changes were implemented.
While from the outside, it may look like some brands are slow adapters and that they don’t understand or care about their agencies, these kinds of assumptions aren’t always true.
The mobile first environment symbolizes the company’s focus as a platform provider with the promise of connecting the enterprise to the billions of things that are increasingly capable of being programmed through APIs.