Here’s your quick weekly summary of all the latest social media news, including changes and new features on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn:
- Facebook rolls out hashtag support for mobile web and related searches – Facebook recently added clickable hashtags as a feature, and now they can be used on Facebook’s mobile site (but not the iOS and Android apps – yet) and for related searches, helping users to discover new conversations related to a hashtag (Engadget)
- Twitter is developing geo-targeted ads for retailers – Twitter is planning to let brands show promoted tweets to people who open its mobile apps within close range of their stores; this feature may be available by the end of the year (AdAge)
- Twitter adds 5 new Ads API partners to go hard-core social marketing, and hard-core enterprise – last week Twitter added new Ads API partners, including Kenshoo Social, Optimal Social, SocialCode, SocialFlow, Unified Social and Voxsup (VentureBeat)
- LinkedIn gets a little more watchful, now tells you who’s viewed your updates, and where you’ve been looking – users can now see who viewed not just their profiles, but also their updates on the site; users can also see what they’ve been viewing (TechCrunch)
Are there any social media updates that we missed?