Facebook has brought some much-needed functionality to the iPhone: post and comment editing! According to today's update, Facebook users can now edit their posts and comments, and tap to see their changes.
The update also gives users the option to insert a photo as part of a comment on a post from their mobile phone.
Additionally, the update includes:
Buffer is one of those apps that can really help you keep on top of your social media activity. I recommend it regularly to businesses and bloggers, as it allows them to set up a schedule for when they want to tweet or post, and then just add new shares to their queue.
But when it comes to engaging with people and influencers on Twitter, Buffer has never been a good choice. You'd have to know the Twitter handle of someone in order to mention them in a Tweet shared via Buffer.
Like so many other apps, HootSuite for Facebook & Twitter has been updated to be fully compatible with iOS7. With the upgrade comes a complete facelift, icon included, to bring a great new look to the social media management app. This has become, without a doubt, one of my favorite apps to use, and has completely replaced the native Twitter app for me.
LinkedIn Endorsements, the often maligned crowdsourced Skills & Expertise within the professional social network, is now available within the LinkedIn mobile app. With today's update, LinkedIn members can now view their top skill endorsements on their mobile profile, as well as accept and grant endorsements from and for other members.
HootSuite is a tool for social media management that we've talked about and referenced many times. I am a Certified HootSuite Solution Pro, which means that I have been trained on not only how to use HootSuite, but how to help business owners understand how they can use HootSuite to manage and monitor their social media accounts.
As a St. Louis resident and avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals, I read the major St. Louis newspaper, the Post-Dispatch, nearly every day. I was a print subscriber for a while, mostly for the coupons. As a 30-something, I've been used to getting my news and information digitally for years, so I prefer the web or mobile apps for consumption. When it comes to the St.