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Did You Missed Any Thing on Social Media this Week?

Twitter New Buy Button Let Its Audience by Directly from the Tweets:

Tweeter is planning something new for its user. A new way for you to buy thing on twitter. This new feature will all its user to discover and buy products directly from a tweet. Payment information will be secure and the process is very simple just confirm your purchase and the order will be placed for you. This feature is going to be a boon to small, medium, local and international direct manufacturers who don’t have to share their profit with suppliers / mediators.

Twitter fans are already loving this they can now watch for great products from their favorite artists, brands, and accessories. This Buy Button is in testing phase now.

An Inspiring New Look of Pinterest for Chrome Browser:

Start your day with a little inspiration from Pinterest. Chrome users can now set up a Pinterest tab so that every new tab you open will greet you with inspiring, bright, colorful images from round the globe which help you get inspired for the best. And it’s totally FREE!

FB takes on YouTube, adds View Counts to your Videos:

Facebook New Feature Video Count

Facebook now has decided to show how many times that video you posted on the wall is viewed. It Will Helps Social Media Marketers know the exact number of views they have for their latest video promotion campaigns. This feature is already available with the top video-sharing site YouTube owned by Google.

Slide Share – Private Uploads:

This feature is currently available for Slide Share PRO users. Its benefits includes a secrete link which the account holder can use to share with the one they want, restricted embeds to specific domain, no password expiry option, can easily set private to public.

Make Voice Calls from Google Hangouts:

Google announces free voice call feature from hangouts. If you have a Google Voice number, you can also receive calls. Calls made to the U.S. and Canada are free only.

Process to Call from Hangouts:

  • Open Hangouts in Gmail or Google+.
  • Click the search button.
  • Type a phone number into the search box. Or Search Person’s name.
  • If you’re placing an international call, you can select the applicable country code by clicking the flag drop-down or by typing it directly into the search box.
  • Click the phone icon.
  • An audio-only Hangouts window will open, and Hangouts will dial the phone number you selected.
  • Dial an extension: If you are calling a phone number that has an extension, click the dial pad button, and use the dial pad that appears to enter the extension.
  • When you’ve finished the call, click the hang-up button or close the Hangout window.

Google Analytic Introduces New Benchmarking Reports:

If you’ve ever wondered how your website is performing compared to the competition, our new Benchmarking reports in Google Analytics will help you find out. “Analytics users can now compare their results to peers in their industry, choosing from 1600 industry categories, 1250 markets and 7 size buckets.”
New Benchmarking Reports Help Twiddy Boost Email Open Rates by 500%

Read More: http://analytics.blogspot.in/2014/09/new-benchmarking-reports-help-twiddy.html

Facebook Rolls Out Privacy Checkups to All 1.3 Billion Users:

The new system uses a blue dinosaur to guide Facebook users through its maze of privacy settings for personal information and for sharing their posts. The dinosaur will pop up when users log on to Facebook, and take them through each step of the privacy settings, from their personal information to the apps that may access Facebook data.


About BringNex

Azad Brijesh is SEO Expert & Blogger at BringNex.com, specializing in Social Media and Digital Marketing. Always looking for new tools, technique and ways to improve website marketing process to improve online visibility. Innovative technologies, tools, and insightful data with intelligent online marketing help global business get better results from their websites. Slightly addicted to new trends, SEO, and new strategies. You can tweet him @AzadBrijesh


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