Friday Five: Instagram's new online look
Written by: Guest Contributor
By Caroline Coffee
Instagrammed photos of your friends and food are now available to be viewed on the World Wide Web. The social media app has rolled out profile pages for users to display their photos and view comments, follower counts, likes, and more. Unlike Facebook and Twitter, the “cover photo” is actually a rotating collage of the user’s pictures. While it is an easy addition to the Instagram family, it is just the kind of thing that will keep the social media site current and competitive. Find out more about Instagram’s new profile pages, plus what Obama’s return to office means for advertisers, businesses’ fight to keep Black Friday ads from leaking, Home Depot’s partnership with the Weather Channel App to drive mobile sales, and Fox’s attempt to shut down a new recording feature by Dish in this week’s Friday Five.
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