Making the rounds on social media this week: Twitter and Pinterest were targeted in a massive cyberattack; Instagram made headlines as the latest social network to make a foray into live-streaming; Microsoft plans to compete with Slack; Facebook introduced new features for business pages; Twitter plans a massive round of layoffs; Snapchat viewership declines; five ways B2B marketers can effectively use Facebook; and much more...
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Update (10/28/16 9:00 AM): Twitter announces it will kill off Vine
Twitter announced on Thursday it will shutter Vine, the seven-second looping video social platform it purchased in 2012, in the coming months. Vine has been struggling as many of its famous viners have moved to YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.
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