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The Content News Café #16

The Content News Café #16

Follow the international Content Marketing news through our weekly press review

Union Jack Flag Badge - Flag of the United Kingdom Button Isolated on White This week, we selected those articles in the English-speaking press:

2015 Year in Review (source: Newsroom.fb.com)

Facebook has just revealed the ranking of the most commented topics on its platform in 2015, and added a beautiful video to recap the major events that have occurred over the past year.

2015 Year on Twitter (source: 2015.twitter.com)

Twitter has launched a website especially designed to summarise 2015 when it comes to trends, but also to the most retweeted, the most influential hashtags and the newly connected celebrities.

Celebrating what you created, watched and shared in 2015 with #YouTubeRewind and YouTube’s new Trending tab (source: Youtube-global.blogspot.com)

Upon the announcement of the 2015’s top 10 videos on its platform, YouTube has launched YouTube Trending, a new tab that delivers the top trending videos.

New Flickr App Offers 360° Photo Experience Via Samsung Gear VR Powered By Oculus (source: Yahoo.tumblr.com)

Flickr counts tens of thousands of 360° pictures, uploaded over the years on its platform. In order for its users to get the best out of those images, Flickr has created a new Flickr Virtual Reality app, “offering a new way to explore and view these images”.


France flag button Nous vous avons sélectionné cet article sur les Internets francophones cette semaine :

Instant Articles : Facebook autorise plus de publicités pour satisfaire les éditeurs (source : Presse-citron.net)

Sous la pression des éditeurs, Facebook a décidé de revoir les normes de la publicité sur Instants Articles. Les éditeurs pourront maintenant insérer une publicité tous les 300 mots, contre une tous les 500 mots jusqu’à présent, et vendre des espaces “premium”, qui coûteront donc plus cher. Enfin, ils auront le contrôle des suggestions d’articles, afin de rediriger les lecteurs vers des contenus hébergés sur leur propre site, ou vers des contenus sponsorisés.


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