Twitter improves the viewing of media

Twitter has decided to focus even more on its own media, by enhancing the viewing of its own pictures and videos.

From now on, when you click on a tweet with an image, it does not lead you to a new page, but in a new pop-up window, which makes it easier to enjoy the media that your followers are uploading.

What's more, Twitter has expanded its cooperation with its partners, including Youtube, Vimeo, etc, by adding their videos in your media gallery.

What do you think of this change?

Facebook adds "More pages you might like" feature

Facebook keeps testing features that will motivate their users to like more pages and thus, entice business owners to use the network even more as part of their campaign.

Thus, from now on, when you like a Page, a box appears above the tabs and it suggests similar pages you might like. Don't forget, "Recommended Pages" are already on the sidebar of your newsfeed, in case you haven't noticed it yet.

It seems that the data that Facebook is collecting from us are enough to create interesting suggestions, according to our needs. It depends on our tendency to like new pages whether we are becoming fans of them or not.

How often do you like a similar page that is suggested to you and fits your interests?