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Instagram is slowly introducing ads onto the explore page, Facebook is working on hiding push notifications, YouTube is testing a new recommendation feature tailored for your homepage, Twitter is working on customizable timelines, and Linkedin is changing up its algorithm. ...

Welcome back Spark Bites readers! This week is a fully-loaded 411 of what’s new in the social media sphere, so let’s jump right in. YouTube is tightening its monetization policy to cut down on explicit content, Facebook is cooking up a new feature aimed at centennials, and Twitter admits to a years-long security breach. Read on to get the low down in this week’s Spark Bites! ...

As per usual, this week’s Spark Bites has you covered with all the newest social media updates! Instagram is utilizing new technology to combat bullying on the platform, Google Plus is shutting down after seven years, and YouTube TV introduces a ton of new features! ...

The financial services industry’s stringent regulations initially held companies in this sector back from wholeheartedly embracing social media as a marketing channel in the same way that other industries did. But the days of apprehension are shifting into the rearviewmirror as financial services brands are more regularly dipping their toe (or even diving) into the waters of social media. In our new white paper we evaluate and analyze data from the 50 largest (by revenue) North American financial services companies on social media. Forbes divides the industry into four sectors or categories, and we evaluated these companies based on those designations, which include: Banking (JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, etc.), Consumer Services (American Express, PayPal, etc.), Insurance (Prudential, MetLife, etc.), and Investment (Berkshire Hathaway, Goldman Sachs, etc.). The resulting insights are instructive for financial services brands looking to enhance their digital...