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A Social Media Agency’s Likes & Fails – Facebook live & #TubeStrike


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Facebook live 

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So yesterday Facebook released a blog detailing their newest feature. As part of their ‘Mentions’ feature, which allows Celebrities and influencers to interact and reach their fans, they have added a new ‘live’ feature which allows celebrities to live stream to their fans, one may think this sounds a little like Periscope, but don’t worry this is a totally original Facebook idea. (Ahem). The feature is available for all blue badge verified Facebook users, and it looks as if Facebook have got some big name celebrities on board to help promote the new feature. Such as Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Serena Williams among others. The live broadcasts, once ended, are still viewable on the celebrities page, so don’t worry you can still catch up if you miss them live!

See the announcement here.

Fails

#TubeStrike

The tube strikes are happening AGAIN in London, and everyone on Social Media has something to say about it. Even Facebook has got in on the action by prompting some users to post about the Tube Strike. Most users = not thrilled about this. In fact there was probably more moaning about Facebook telling people to talk about tube strikes than there was about tube strikes themselves. The tube strikes have affected pretty much every londoner, which means that socal media has turned nto a big moany mess. You can keep up with the full on moany/sweary tweets with this awesome microsite we spotted earlier: http://tubestrike.impero.wtf/ . Also please feel free to enjoy some of the whiny messages below and enjoy the y day Twitter collectively lost it’s shit about underground trains.

 

 

 

 

by Helen Stirling

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