With so many singers and musicians being unable to perform to a live audience since the COVID-19 pandemic took over the country, many resorted to creating livestreams online to showcase their music to their fans. Well, starting from October 1st, restrictions on social network platform Facebook will be taking place to stop this. As a direct consequence, artists will be forced into looking for other streaming alternatives, as Facebook will now be preventing livestreams unless ‘there is no music’.
Whether we agree with kids having smartphones and access to all kinds of content in the palm of their hand, the fact is that at some point they will need, and they will have them. What you can control is their usage of them and teach them how to navigate the online world properly and more importantly, safely. Here, we have gathered our top five tips to keeping your kids safe online.
Meet Alice, one of the newest faces to join the South Coast Social Team earlier this month!
Read up below about what her dream holiday is, her first ever gig and her favourite social media accounts as she settles into life as a Social Media Manager…
We’ve all heard of using influencer marketing to boost a marketing campaign, but not everyone can afford to run a campaign with Molly-Mae Hague or James Charles. That’s where micro influencers come in! A campaign with a micro influencer can help small to medium sized businesses to increase their reach and build brand loyalty on social media.
The kids are going back to school soon and that means that Autumn is on its way!
Whilst we’re pretty excited to see knitwear and pumpkin-spiced things making a comeback on our feeds, there are also lots of fun Social Media Holidays to post about in September…