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YouTube Tests Comment Topic Sorting on Shorts Clips

Social Media Today

YouTube’s expanding its automated topic sorting in comments to Shorts clips.

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Facebook Looks to Prompt More Comments with New Comment Engagement Stats

Social Media Today

Facebook is looking to prompt more comments by highlighting the increased engagement your posts see when you comment on them.

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Experiment: Do Longer LinkedIn Comments Drive More Connection Requests?

Hootsuite

Not to fear: all you actually need to do is comment on other people’s posts. But what kind of comments are best? Hypothesis: Longer LinkedIn comments get you more connection requests We’ve all seen those one or two-word LinkedIn comments, like “Well said!” Wanna build your LinkedIn network fast? Where do you leave them?

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Facebook Looks to Prompt More Comments with New Comment Engagament Stats

Social Media Today

Facebook is looking to prompt more comments by highlighting the increased engagement your posts see when you comment on them.

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How Can I Find My Facebook Likes, Comments, And Reactions?

SocMed Sean

Ever wanted to go back and find an old comment, like, or reaction on a Facebook post? The post How Can I Find My Facebook Likes, Comments, And Reactions? Don’t know where to start to find that kind of old data? Here are our tips on researching and finding older Facebook content. appeared first on SocMedSean - Social Media Sean.

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Facebook: editing comments

Sherrilynne Starkie

Did you know that you can edit comments you’ve made on Facebook after you’ve published them? Just click in the top right corner of your comment, then go down to ‘Edit’ Change your mind again? Just hit escape and the original comment will stand. Facebook users can now edit comments.

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Musk Tells Advertisers to ‘Go F Yourself’ if They Don’t Agree With His Comments

Social Media Today

Elon Musk is not backing down, despite ongoing advertiser backlash over his divisive comments.