It’s Friday it’s time for this week’s social media brief. This week, we have stories about Instagram image size, Facebook news feed and web design mistakes. Plus, next Monday on the Ask Darrel Podcast we’ll talk promoting events on Facebook.
Facebook’s latest News Feed change lets you pick who you see first
What this means for your church: Now people can be more proactive in choosing what appears in their news feed. This means that people can be more intentional about deciding whether not your church will be in their Facebook news feed. Will your church make the cut?
Your Instagram photos are about to get prettier
What this means for your church: It looks like Instagram will soon accommodate higher resolution files. I think this is in preparation for devices that have better screens. If your church has templates built for Instagram, you’ll soon need to update them.
When does design become ‘too advanced’?
What this means for your church: I love creative web design, however there comes a point when we can make things too advanced for the user. This article is great place to start in making sure your design is still accessible to your readers.
Twitter Just Made It Easier for Advertisers to Target College Grads, Parents and Small Businesses
What this means for your church: It’s good to see Twitter rolling out better targeting features that are comparable to Facebook. From what I can tell, the features are not as robust as Facebook, but there a step in the right direction.
7 Website Design Mistakes That Drive Me Nuts
What this means for your church: Run through this list website design mistakes and see if your church is making any of them.