Facebook Give Us More Feelings; While Twitter Gives Us More Words; Millennial Trust in Ads

All kinds of feelings. Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is going beyond the LIKE button to feature six new reactions. Opening doors for brands to tap into more customer feedback. http://tcrn.ch/1jhjKNj


Twitter’s new feature, Moments, allows you to instantly view videos, photos and tweets behind the latest and greatest stories. This may be Twitter’s life saver. http://bit.ly/1jfpasK


Desktop is not dying…but compared to mobile growth looks pretty sad. And 80% of your digital time is spent on one of these three apps. http://mklnd.com/1FWqif5


Because there’s just too much to say. Will Twitter finally relax and give up their 140 character restriction? http://on.recode.net/1jfpSWU


Got trust? Nielson released their “Global Trust in Advertising Report.” Millennials report the highest levels of trust in the nearly 20 ad formats measured. http://bit.ly/1OqbuX0


Did you fall for that joke again? Why the “Facebook privacy” post is a hoax…but it is one that will not go away. http://wapo.st/1L3NCGy