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Twitter Moments have been around for over a year now but they were limited in use to only Twitter big shots and a handful of Twitter partners.Recently, Twitter has made this feature available to everyone, which means you can use this great feature to get the word out about your business! There are a few guidelines to keep in mind though, so let’s dive deeper and take a look at the best ways to use Twitter Moments. Understanding the basics Using the new feature is very easy and intuitive. You will now see a Moments tab on top of your Twitter page and after clicking that you see you have the option to ‘Create a New Moment.’ Once you click this you will see all sorts of options that are very self explanatory. You can add a title, description, cover image, and you can link other tweets to the Moment.…

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A few selected Facebook users have recently spotted a new ‘rocket ship’ button in their mobile app, alongside the News Feed button.It appears differently on IoS or Android but tends to be at the top or bottom of most menu bars. It effectively seems to be a second feed of content Facebook thinks you might enjoy which is currently in a trial version. It will be based on pages and content you have shown an interest or affinity too but without that necessarily meaning that they are pages you have directly ever engaged with. This content will be carefully curated and chosen by Facebook for you rather than by yourself. A Facebook spokesperson told WIRED: “We are testing a complementary feed of popular articles, videos, and photos, customised for each person based on content that might be interesting to them. We’ve heard from people that they want an easy way to explore…