The 4 latest social media news

The 4 latest social media news

Social media platforms are constantly changing their interfaces and features, allowing both creators and consumers to have a better experience on the internet. The latest social media news are here, with exciting moves from Instagram.

Instagram allows remixing on the latest social media news

Instagram is taking its TikTok-like feature one step further by adding the ability to remix all videos that people post in-app. This means you can create your own response and engagement with ease!

By tapping the option ‘Remix this video’, you can create your own take on it, making it easier for more people to watch the video on the app and create their own version of it.

TikTok’s biggest element of success has been participatory content, and essentially letting users contribute to the meme culture, rather than merely consuming them.

Instagram adds scheduled Livestreams

Instagram is now highlighting scheduled live streams on creator profiles, providing another way to raise awareness of upcoming broadcasts in the app.

with the new display option, you will be able to list your upcoming IG live streams on your profile. When clicked in this pop-up prompt people can sign up for a reminder about when the stream is set to begin!

The IG Live notification feature will be an excellent way to bring more people into your broadcasts, by giving them advance warning. So if you’re looking for ways how best to notify viewers about what’s coming up next in-stream, instead of just posting stories or feed posts, then this new update could very well help!

Instagram Subscriptions

Instagram announced that it will be testing a new feature called Subscriptions. This allows creators to offer paid followers access and exclusive content in exchange for monthly payments, which are currently not available worldwide but only within the US market during its alpha phase – including basketball player Sedona Prince, model Kelsey Cook, and 8 other selected creators.

This feature comes to face paid content platforms such as Patreon, offering fans the ability to pay for exclusive content from their favorite creators.

Meta plans to establish an NFT marketplace

Meta is making moves to get in on the hot new thing—NFTs.

Meta’s vision for the future of digital goods is one where you can trade almost any type, from cartoonish profile pictures to more complex items like software programs and even cars. They plan on expanding their core functionality so that these transactions happen seamlessly within Metaverse.

A digital wallet attached to the user’s account, similarly to what happens in OpenSea, seems to be the next move from Meta regarding this topic.

Instagram seems to be testing an option called Collectibles, where users will be able to display their NFT’s, but there is still not much information about the topic.

Bold Creators Club can connect you with the perfect podcast for your brand

Finding the perfect podcast to reach your audience is not always easy. Actually, most of the time, companies can waste precious time in the hunt for the perfect podcast, as there are more than 2 million active podcasts nowadays.

When it comes to Latin podcasts, it is even harder. Not only because a lot of people in countries like Brazil or Colombia there are huge amounts of different podcast shows, but also because these countries are highly multicultural, with cities with completely different styles, slang, social and cultural movements within the country. 

In the case of Brazil, this aspect is so strong that there are even completely different cultures within the same city, in big metropolises like São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro. 

It is really hard to keep up with the constant changes in the pop culture and in the internet world, so contacting an agency whose job is to always be updated about what the influencers are doing, how is the stability in the country, and more important information for your company, is the best strategy.