Friday Five: Mobile Search Growth, Twitter Moments and Facebook Reactions

Check out today's roundup of our five favorite tech news items from this week. From Facebook to Vimeo, seemed everyone had something new to share with the world.

  1. You may have heard about Facebook's upcoming additions to the "Like" button. Though there was speculation as to a new "Dislike" feature, it turns out Facebook is now testing what it calls "Reactions" -- a set of emojis that allows for a range of emotions beyond a simple Like.
  2. Given the direction mobile has been going, Google made the not-so-surprising announcement that mobile web searches exceeded desktop searches for the first time. 
  3. Vimeo is making more moves into the original content space with a load of new content for their Vimeo Originals.
  4. If you use Twitter regularly, you may have noticed a new tab appear on your profile this week. "Moments" is Twitter's newest addition described as "the best of what's happening on Twitter in an instant." You be the judge.
  5. And in the race to get a URL to match the formation of Alphabet (announced a few months back), Google has gone full alphabet with a domain you have to see to believe. 

For more social and content marketing tips, make sure to continue to follow our blog. Stay up-to-date on our social channels by joining us on Twitter: @TLilyLA, Facebook: and Instagram: