Social media news roundup

2 Aug

Grab yourselves a cuppa (tea – naturally..) it’s time for the Teacup social media roundup!

Stylist Magazine Analyses the Rise and Rise of Twitter Following Amy Winehouse Death

Following the news of the superstar’s death and how Twitter broke the news, the magazine looks at how Twitter aggregates news content. Today, there’s no arguing with Twitter’s status as a vital news resource. More than 200 million tweets are sent every day, and Twitter is currently seeing more than 40% growth in mobile usage every quarter. http://bit.ly/nwtxnP

Fashion Blogger To Start Own Social Network

Fashion blogger Poppy Dinsey

Fashion blogger Poppy Dinsey

After starting a blog where she posts a picture of herself each day in a different outfit, Poppy Dinsey has attracted up to 90,000 visits a month. Because of this, the ambitious blogger is going to start her own social network. http://bit.ly/rf997Z

Gap Catches Onto Social Media

The retailer is set to spend 40% more on social and digital this Autumn, using Facebook as it’s main player to communicate with customers. Perhaps this will see it reach its aim of attracting more 28 – 29 year olds. http://bit.ly/qKJaMg

ASOS Launches iPad Edition of Magazine

 The app will contain content originally produced for the online version of the ASOS magazine as well as exclusive footage and features such as video and 360-degree views of clothing items. http://bit.ly/rkWlQy

Facebook Makes it Easier to Announce Pregnancy

If the thought of simply updating your status with the good news seemed like hard work(!), now, Facebook lets people announce that they are expecting through a status update that includes anticipated date of birth and name(s). http://bit.ly/r3opyy

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