There’s been a lot of buzz about social media this week, especially around social search and visual content. Companies like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Microsoft have all made some great new additions to their features to improve the social experience for their users. Some of these new features might not have come as a surprise, but we’re certain they’ll give marketers a leg up on their campaigns and strategies. So to make sure you get that leg up on the latest and greatest in marketing, here's what happened this past week.
Facebook to Review Which Pages and Groups Can Show Ads After Complaints About Inappropriate Content, The Next Web
Bing Experiments With Social Search by Adding New Bing Boards to Search Results, From Search Engine Land
Watch Out, Amazon: Square Moves Into Ecommerce, From Mashable
LinkedIn Gets a Little More Watchful, Now Tells You Who’s Viewed Your Updates, and Where You’ve Been Looking, From TechCrunch
Twitter Is Testing Automatic In-Stream Image Previews on Twitter.com, From The Next Web