Free hotel stays in exchange for airline miles or credit-card points have been common practice for quite some time, but what about free or discounted hotel stays based on Facebook likes or friends, or followers on Instagram?
Facebook has begun allowing users to set limits on who can comment on their public posts.
The world’s top 100 brands have Instagram in focus, as social media analytics and reporting platform Simply Measured found in its latest study that 71 of the Interbrand 100 are on the Facebook-owned photo-sharing service, up from 40 in October 2012, adding that the total number of brands on Instagram shot up 55 percent over the past year.
SocialSafe added Video on Instagram to the list of social media content that it allows users to back up, and backups of videos from the Facebook-owned photo-sharing network are saved along with comments, tags, and likes.
The Nitrogram 50, a list of the 50 most popular brands on Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network Instagram, went live to the public Monday, with athletic apparel and footwear giant Nike topping the charts by a wide margin.
As reported last week, Facebook announced Monday that it will launch new features for its comments section: Replies, which will allow page administrators and users to reply directly to comments, rather than having to post their own comments; and ranked comments, which will move the most engaging comments to the top of comment threads.