Pre-Roll Ads Coming To Periscope, Pinterest’s Opens App Pins, LinkedIn To Pull Sensitive Data | Social Media Trends

SSHH! Quiet! Pre-Roll Ads Coming To Periscope, Pinterest’s Opens App Pins, LinkedIn To Pull Sensitive Data | Social Media Trends

Video producers and marketers, do you hear that? That’s the sound of all the money you could be making with Twitter’s newest pre-roll ads via Periscope!

Meanwhile, LinkedIn has plans to pull very sensitive data from your account, and Pinterest is finally opening the gates for all advertisers.

Here are the latest trending social media trends you need to know!

LinkedIn To Axe Relationships Tab

 If you have been a fan of LinkedIn’s once popular “Relationships” tab, we’ve got bad news for you.

Hoping to revamp the social giant’s features and user experience, LinkedIn pulled the Relationships function on April 1st, 2017.

How do you feel about LinkedIn’s latest move?

 Pinterest’s Promoted App Pins Available For Marketers Of Any Size

 After a series of successful tests, Pinterest is now making its new promoted app pin format available to all marketers.

This new feature will allow for users to discover new and exciting apps natively from within Pinterest itself through audience tailored advertisements.

To sweeten the deal, the platform will also allow users to customize and download analytics reports from mobile measurement partner companies such as Tune or AppsFlyer.

Twitter Offers New Chance To Cash In On Video Pre-Roll

To incentivize both marketers and video producers to create more exciting and engaging content, Twitter has recently announced that it will begin selling pre-roll ads on Periscope videos within Twitter itself.

There is no doubt that live streaming video has been a success across social media, with every platform from Facebook to Instagram cashing in on the latest trend.

In a world fueled by digital media, we know it can sometimes feel a little overwhelming when it comes to blocking out the noise.

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