Well it has been a long time coming, but finally Facebook is introducing a “Dislike” button. Why you ask? Because users have been requesting it over and over – but why now and what will it mean? For personal posts, it will be more appropriate to Dislike rather than Like when someone posts a death in the family, a terminal disease, or something begging for sympathy. But with business pages, this could be a game changer. Ken Herron and Carol McManus will weigh in on today’s Social Solutions Show.
Of course there’s lots more to talk about. Facebook is also introducing a temporary profile picture with an expiration date, Twitter is stopping up ecommerce options with $Cashtags…right now limited to the ability to make a political donation through a tweet…interesting…where will this go?
We’ll also share tips on what makes a great video on social media; the importance of Klout adding YouTube to their social influence lists and Kred offering .kred domains to influencers. Do you come up dry when it comes to posting pictures on social media? We have a great checklist to share.