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Soon You Can Purchase On Instagram

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US-based retail brands—including Kate Spade, JackThreads, and Warby Parker—will start posting interactive photos to Instagram and allow the items to be purchased in the featured image. Each image will feature a “tap to view” callout in the lower left-hand side; tap it to reveal the name and price of the products featured in the photo (Instagram supports up to five tags). Tap a tag to open a more detailed view in another window. If you want it just click “Shop Now,” at which point you’ll be redirected to a browser view, where you can add items to your cart and check out

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Instagram Making Is Changes

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U.S.States With The Most Road Rage

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Instagram posts suggest people in Hawai’i are among some of the most heated in the country.

A recent study analyzing Instagram posts with the hashtag #RoadRage led researchers to name Hawai’i as the state with the worst road rage in the nation.

Auto Insurance Center conducted the research to unveil which states had the highest rates of road rage and when.

August was listed as the worst month for angry drivers, with a spike in #RoadRage posts during the month. July was the month with the second highest levels, based on the hashtag, while October and March followed.

#RoadRage appeared on Instagram more often as the week went on, according to the study, with Sunday having the lowest number of posts. The peak appears to be on Friday, with an average of about 10,500 #RoadRage posts nationally.

The analysis shows #RoadRage posts increase throughout the morning and into the lunch hour before peaking in the early evening, or rush hour.

Researchers note that one reason for the high #RoadRage tags on Instagram by Hawai’i users could be the recent ranking of Honolulu as the third-worst traffic in the country and one of 10 states popular for tourists.

Honolulu ranked as the 22nd city in the country when it came to road rage in the same analysis.

California ranked second for #RoadRage posts. The top state for tourism sees more than its share of out-of-state drivers, along with some of the worst traffic congestion in the country. New York, New Jersey, and Nevada followed.

Instagram To Start Rearranging Order Of Posts

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Instagram announced it will begin rearranging the order of posts in its feed. Instead of the strictly reverse chronological, Instagram will order posts “based on the likelihood you’ll be interested in the content, your relationship with the person posting and the timeliness of the post.” This means that if you don’t check your feed until the next morning but a friend whose photos you usually Like posted something awesome the night before, it could appear at the top of your feed even if it is hours old. This is how Facebook’s feed works, and how Twitter recently reconfigured its feed to work.

Popular Hashtags That Get Notoriety

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  • #love—935,521,162 posts
  • #instagood—492,227,830 posts
  • #follow—344,839,954 posts
  • #followme—333,892,281 posts
  • #photooftheday—325,298,192 posts
  • #happy—309,896,178 posts
  • #selfie—285,984,443 posts
  • #like4like—238,475,255 posts
  • #fashion—225,145,244 posts
  • #fun—220,529,12

Pew’s StudyConfirm That Facebook Users Are Getting Older

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The study reveals that teens are finding  Facebook  “uncool” and in 2014 ,more than half of adults on Facebook were ages 65 and older. In addition, the study reveals that Facebook continues to be the most popular social media site.

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Facebook Has Hashtags Now #

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Facebook has hashtags and they work just like twitter”s hashtags. When you click on a hashtag in Facebook, you’ll see a feed of what other people and pages are saying about that event or topic. For example, #NBAFinals.
• Click on hashtags that originate on other services, such as Instagram.
• Compose posts directly from the hashtag feed and search results. The hashtag is a handy system for social networking users to join online conversations as events unfold in real-time, such as political debates, television shows and sports. When you see a hashtag in a post, you can click on it and see a feed of other posts from people’s profile and pages that use the same conversation marker. And it provides an easy way for advertisers to reach a particular audience. 

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