Facebook, Twitter and, to a increasing degree, Instagram tend to suck up most of the oxygen when it comes to how communicators can leverage social networks and align them with corporate goals and objectives. But in the last several months a slew of new social networking tools have strutted across the social landscape prompting massive attention throughout the media. For example, earlier this month Instagram rolled out Instagram Direct, enabling users to directly message other people instead of broadcasting the message to all of their follower. And in November mobile app Snapchat rejected a $3 billion buyout from Facebook. Snapchat, which launched in 2011 and reportedly has more than 5 million users, enables consumers to send photos and videos and set a time (up to 10 seconds) for how long recipients can view their “Snaps.
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