Planning and consistency are two key parts of an efficient social media advertising and marketing strategy. It takes planning to ensure that you’re communicating with your target audience, that you’re following the latest best practices, and that you’re tapping into key moments and trends. Being consistent also helps users learn what to expect and to… Read more »
The banning of US President Donald Trump from virtually every major social platform has sparked a whole new round of controversy and debate over whether social media networks should be allowed to cut off access to users whose opinions they don’t agree with and when that line has been crossed. Here’s what’s been happening this week in… Read more »
Social media is forever changing which makes it easy to miss an update from time to time. Once a month, we look into three of the latest key updates from the past few weeks from the various social media giants.
Earlier this week, Twitter announced that they will re-open account verification requests early next year, bringing brand-new guidelines for users seeking the little tick next to their Twitter handle.
The UK government and leading social media platforms have reportedly agreed on a set of new measures to tackle the spread of disinformation and misinformation related to vaccines against Covid-19, according to a joint press release published by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and the Department of Health and Social Care.