By Kaitlin Carpenter
Felix Baumgartner earned himself a place in the history books following his exciting free fall from the edge of space. However, it wasn’t until the day after that some of the best footage of the event was released from Felix’s head cam. Gizmodo has more than a minute of video from the space jump and it’s enough to make your stomach do flips.
A few weeks ago, Twitter revealed some major changes, including new profile headers, updated photo streams and mobile app changes. Now it’s time to focus on maximizing the new profile and how you can tell your brand’s story. Social Media Examiner discusses header image strategy, backgrounds and much more.
How socially devoted is your brand? One way to measure this is by the percentage of questions that page admins respond to on Facebook. Socialbakers’ Q3 findings show that airlines are the most socially devoted industries, followed by finance and telecommunications. Airlines respond to 69% of questions posted on their Facebook walls, up 26% from Q2.
On Tuesday, LinkedIn announced the site would be getting a facelift with a new profile page specially designed for users to have more customization and control. According to Wired, the page will feature a larger photo, more capabilities and a cleaner design overall. Users will also have more editing tools to highlight their work in a variety of manners.
If you hate email clutter, Alto may be the answer to your prayers. The new AOL email client allows users to log in with a preexisting email address and has capabilities that include sorting mail based on whether it contains attachments, photos, daily deals, etc., and creating and hiding stacks of emails. Read more about the cloud-based client at Engadget.
This post originally appeared on the Carousel30 blog.