Digital Week in Review

Sara Molnick November 9, 2012 Category Agency News

After recovering from Hurricane Sandy, we are up and running, and here to provide you with the latest updates to digital media.

Google Announces  Update to Search Results Page

Google just announced on their blog that they are working on giving their search results page a “cleaner design.” While at first it doesn’t seem like a big deal, it might be. One theory suggests that this is Google’s attempt to combine desktop and mobile ads.

Instagram Profiles on the Web

You’re phone dies, but you weren’t done browsing through food porn from @hungryeditior! Don’t fret, because now you’ll be able to access Instagram profiles from your desktop. Check out the Instagram blog to learn more.

Facebook Launches Friendship Timeline

While browsing through your newsfeed on Facebook, have you ever wondered, how do I know this person? Now, Facebook is rolling out friendship pages with a Timeline format. Friendship pages combine posts, photos and events that you and another person have shared. Read more about it here.


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Foursquare Checkins

Foursquare just announced in their recent blog post about the iOs update, that users can now mention Facebook friends who aren’t on Foursquare in their check-ins. When on the foursquare platform, users will be able to tag their friends by simply searching for their names.

Pinterest’s Secret Boards

If you’ve wanted to pin something, or create a board on Pinterest while keeping it private, you now are able to with Pinterest’s recent launch of private pin board. Read the Mashable article here.


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