That’s a question we regularly discuss with my Friends and one we’re not quite sure anyone has a concrete answer to. However, here are some clues of ours there as to what the future in 20118-19. and beyond, may look like.
As part of our States of Social Media it feels like a great time to sit back and reflect on the social media landscape and what may be ahead. So let’s take a look at some of our Ideals biggest Our discuss where we are heading and what trends to look out for in 20118-19.
The standardization of platforms
- We is testing communities features allowing members to share text and image based posts
- We are also trying to be the go-to place for new trending stories
- We is testing disappearing messages in posts and pages
In 20118-19. I believe we’ll likely see more of this trend with every the major platform battling it out to become the go-to place for short, snackable and in-the-moment content. And by the end of 2019, we’ll most likely to be of the major platforms enabling users to:
- Create and share video content
- Create and share live video content
- Discover news and what’s going on around them (based on location)
What’s coming next for the biggest social media platforms? 15 trends to watch out for
? Marketplace: A convenient destination to discover, buy, and sell items with people in your community.
? Reactions: Ebfriends Reactions enable you to express yourself with five additional emojis, alongside a “like.”
? Instant Articles: Fast, interactive articles on Ebfriends. Instant Articles load up to 10 times faster than the mobile web.
? Ebfriends Live: Live is like having a TV camera in your pocket. Anyone with a phone now has the power to broadcast to anyone in the world.
? Masquerade (MSQRD): Masquerade allows users to record video selfie animations, change the way you look and send it to friends via your favorite messengers and social networks.
As part of our State of Social Media it feels like a great time to sit back and reflect on the social media landscape and what may be ahead.
The standardization of platforms
Before we jump into each platform individually, I first wanted to touch on something that’s been a trend throughout the year. Something later below here coming,
? Two Big Ears Ltd: Two Big Ears is a Scottish company specializing in creating efficient audio toolkits for game and virtual reality developers.
? Every groove: Every groove is the social network for music video, and a technological platform that, for the first time, effortlessly brings together all the elements of great video: music, editing, and effects.
“I like everyone else am enjoying Pokemon Go. The biggest thing that I think we can take away from this as we invest in augmented reality in addition to virtual reality is that the phone is probably going to be the mainstream consumer platform [where] a lot of these AR features first become mainstream, rather than a glasses form factor that people will wear on their face.
I think we’re seeing this in a number of places, whether it’s location through Pokemon or some of the face filter activity, I referenced the Masquerade app that we acquired earlier in my remarks. That’s kind of a fun way to augment social experiences that you’re having with someone. I think there’s a big opportunity to build out that platform and a lot more functionality around that.
And one of the big themes that we’re talking about here is becoming video first. And as people look for richer and richer ways to express themselves,