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This news item is part of the weekly top 5 news bulletin (from Week 2, Sep 2022) specially packaged for leaders of Nonprofits, Churches, and Faith-based Social Ventures.

TikTok, Meta & YouTube release new resources for short-form video: Connected Church News

YouTube shots. TikTok videos. Instagram reels. These are names that you will keep hearing again and again in the social media space because this is a content type that’s absolutely exploding with millions of viewers every day. Now all these three companies that are leading the space have released useful resources last week about creating these short form content. While TikTok and YouTube give practical tips on how to create, the Instagram resource is very interesting. It’s about creators in different parts of the world. For example, if you’re wondering people in Spain or France or in Africa or Middle East, how do they create these short form content? What is popular? What are the trends? If you’re wondering about that as a ministry that works in these areas, then you can now go select that area and look at the content from the top creators there, so very useful resource. Definitely share this with your ministry social media team.

Here is the full list of the Top 5 News Items from Week 2, September 2022 with source links from Android, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Metaverse, Web3.

🗞️ News 1: YouTube enters LMS space with Online Courses & a Player for Education 

Source: YouTube

🗞️ News 2: Twitter starts testing ‘Edit’ Tweets & updates its ‘Birdwatch’ program

Source: Twitter | Twitter Blog

🗞️ News 3: Android releases new business features for its Enterprise level users

Source: Google

🗞️ News 4: TikTok, Meta & YouTube release new resources for short-form video

Source: YouTube PDF Guide | TikTok | Meta

🗞️ News 5: [Web3] Ford enters Metaverse & NFT space; Trademark applications surge

Source: CoinTelegraph

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