Social media networks are constantly redesigning and updating interfaces to make for a better user experience. However, it can be difficult to keep up with what's changed -- especially if you're a B2B or B2C user who relies on social to build prospects and manage relationships with customers. Sure, each network likely sends an email or provides some sort of alert within the product, but let's be honest -- how many of us really take the time to read the fine print about what the change actually is? Usually we are surprised or confused for a few minutes when we first login and see the new change.
Let's take away the guesswork for you. Here are the most recent changes to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn and how each change might affect those managing company pages and accounts.
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