As with any form of marketing, social media trends change every day. The networks which dominated the industry once are now out of the game. The era of Myspace is long gone. Facebook is taking a lot of heat recently due to lack of privacy. Twitter is dying and Instagram has been exploited by scammers. Therefore, to stay ahead of your competition, it becomes necessary to keep up with the latest trends. Even for a common social media user, it is important what they are signing up for. In this post, we will talk about the best social media platforms to look out for in 2019.
Mamby is a new social media site that pays users in Bitcoin to post content on the platform. It is a cool platform where you can find the content you love. You can share images, videos, quotes, and GIFs with your subscribers. It is powered by an artificial intelligence algorithm meaning the more you use Mamby, the better it gets to know you. Every time you like or dislike a post, Mamby will learn more about your taste. Unlike other social media platforms, you only see stuff you like. Your feed is not cluttered with things you don’t like. And the fact that it pays users to post content on the website makes it stand out from other social media platforms.
Vero is an alternative to Instagram. It is often labeled as the “authentic” social media platform because there are no algorithms that determine what you see. The platform is completely free of ads. Users can share movies, TV, music, photos, and links. Vero is a perfect tool for folks who want to create and share their own art. You only see things you are interested in. Also, you can set who you share your content with. You can choose to share your content with close friends, friends, acquaintance, and followers. Therefore, it fits in well with the growing concern over privacy. The app has a lot of potentials. If you find it hard to gain traction on Instagram, this platform will serve you well.
Tik Tok is a platform where users can share short-form videos. At Tik Tok, everyone is a creator. Users can shoot videos, add filters, and share it with their followers. It was earlier known as Musical.ly. The app is an alternative to Snapchat and it focuses on 15 seconds to 1 minute long videos. Also, you can choose the soundtrack of your own to accompany the video you shoot. You can also request a duet and ask a question from your favorite artists.
Anchor was relaunched in 2018. The app allows the users to record a podcast and distribute it. You can take voice messages from your listeners, or add their questions to your next episode. Users can also edit and rearrange the audio in their episodes using visual episode builder. With just one tap, you can distribute your podcast to all the major podcast platforms like Apple Podcasts. Discover new podcasts or send voice messages while you’re still listening to podcasts. The app also allows you to track how many users hear each episode. Plus, you can also check which segments got the most plays. This social media network is definitely worth looking up in 2019.