Dutch TV channel SBS6, run from the Talpa TV Network, has recently started broadcasting a brand new reality tv show called ‘House of Talent.’ In this program, 8 talented and promising artists compete against each other as they attempt to successfully launch their musical and singing careers. All contestants will be living together in a mansion as the cameras monitor their progress and day-to-day activities. Every six weeks, one contestant will be eliminated and replaced with a newcomer. But how does the points system work and where does Media Injection come into play?
It’s time yet again for another round of updates and upgrades to our system! As the team at Media Injection strives to continue improving its quality of service, they have worked tirelessly in order to offer you the best social media management platform out there. Let’s run through some of the latest changes that we have just implemented onto our platform.
In July 2016, Instagram rolled out a new algorithm-driven feed, replacing the popular reverse chronological feed to the surprise and dismay of many users. Although most users have now adapted and gotten used to this new format, the explanation behind how this algorithm actually works has only just been revealed.
Today, Emerce published the list of the Top 100 businesses in e-commerce. We are proud and delighted to announce that Media Injection is again part of this list, emerging with one of the best social software rankings in the Netherlands.
Media Injection scored an impressive 4.5 stars, retaining our name as one of the most reliable social media management solutions in the Netherlands. Seeing our name on this elusive list motivates us to keep working tirelessly in order to offer you the best services that our customers require. Great credit goes out to our clients and partners as well, we simply wouldn’t have made it this far without you. Thank you.
Check out the full list of Emerce 100 rankings here.
The second half of the Facebook Developers Conference kicked off with a keynote speech by CTO Mike Schroepfer. After a thrillingly exciting first day at the F8, where numerous updates and new features were announced for our beloved social media platforms, day two’s attention shifted towards the topics of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) and connectivity. Let’s go through some of yesterday’s major highlights and developments that were shared by our Developers, live from San Jose.
Finally, the long anticipated F8 Conference in San Jose, California kicked off yesterday and there have already been some very interesting and exciting announcements! We have two of our best men there representing Media Injection & The Next Ad, and on top of receiving free Oculus Go headsets, they were delighted to share some of the things they learned there with us! Here’s a recap of yesterday’s main highlights, stay tuned for more news and announcements tomorrow!
Facebook launching Domain Verification for Link Editing
Since a few months, it has been made difficult to edit your metadata when publishing link posts. This was due to Facebook’s fight against fake news and publishers misusing the platform. From now on, you can easily edit your posts with Facebook’s new Domain Verification option.
Read more below.
How Media Injection fights cancer
‘Quitting is not an option’. In June, the popular Alpe d’HuZes charity event took place in France, in which participants raise as much funds as possible to contribute to the fight against cancer. Whether it be running, walking or cycling up the French Alpe D’Huez, quitting is not an option. People are raising money by doing something challenging – what’s more challenging than going up a mountain? The aim is go beyond your limits, to turn the frustration caused by cancer into strength.
We are inspired by this unconditional enthusiasm and are a proud sponsor of this foundation. Our Customer Success Manager, Robin, travelled all the way to France to experience the event first hand and support the foundation’s social media team as the team leader. What were Robin’s experiences, how could Media Injection helps the foundation and what are her learnings?
Read all about it in the interview we did with Robin.
Facebook News Feed: Time to be authentic
When you’re busy with managing your online campaigns, you’ve probably missed the latest updates by Facebook. The time of catchy links leading to low-quality websites is now officially over. Facebook announced that it will no longer support ads on Facebook News Feed that contain little substantive content and is covered in ‘disruptive, shocking or malicious ads’. This means clickbait headlines, adult ads, eye-catching but inappropriate ads or pop-up ads will no longer be supported in the News Feed.
We are proud to be an official sponsor of the Ronald McDonald Kinderfonds. We wholeheartedly believe in the charity’s mission: making it possible for parents to stay close to their suffering children. Therefore we’re happy that we are sponsoring this non-profit organisation.
The Ronald McDonald Kinderfonds has been actively supporting families to be close to their sick children for over 32 years. Part of this mission are the fifteen Ronald McDonald Houses for parents and siblings of sick children located nearby hospitals, nine Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in hospitals, four specially adapted holiday homes and a unique sport centre for handicapped children – all located in the Netherlands. Read More