Official Social Hype Chart Top 10
The Official Social Hype Chart Top 10 is compiled by the Social Charts team at punch and published exclusively on punchcomms.com
 
Every day social platforms are making changes to their features, ad products and UX. With so many updates, it can be hard to keep track of which ones you should be focusing on, which ones you should be aware of and which ones are complete game changers that should be at the heart of your strategies and campaigns. 
 
UNTIL NOW… Introducing the new Official Social Hype Chart Top 10.
 
Each month, we’ll be bringing you the top 10 platform updates of the year, the climbers and the sliders, new entries, weeks at the top and peaks, all ranked in order of importance and impact for brands.
what this tells us

Four new entries have stormed the chart in recent weeks.

New in at #2 – Twitter has banned all political advertising, as the social platform takes a stand against fake news and misleading political campaigns. It states that the reach of such messages “should be earned, not bought”.

New in at #3 – Facebook to put limits on the number of ads a page can run in 2020. It aims to reduce the volume of ads and enhance advertisers’ performance.

New in at #6 – YouTube brings in shopping ads to its home feed and search results as a new way to reach and engage consumers.

New in at #10 – Facebook becomes the latest platform to hide likes – taking steps to improve users’ wellbeing and enhance overall experience.

stay tuned…
As well as the Official Social Hype Chart Top 10 you can also follow our weekly social hype updates every Friday over on Instagram and LinkedIn, where we bring you all of the biggest updates, news, insights and highlights from the week.