This time last year you’d probably heard of TikTok but didn’t use it and had no clue what it was about. Then lockdown happened and there was bigger things to think about than cat videos and the Wap challenge. Well now it’s the time for a new social media app that everyone seems to be… Read more »
It has been reported this week by Bloomberg that Facebook is planning to roll out a new feature called Super to let people pay celebrities or content creators for the chance to interact with them on a video call, very similar to the app Cameo.
Reactive social media is when a brand or business responds in real-time to current events. Whilst proactive social media is an integral part of your marketing strategy, reacting to events as they happen shows that your brand is relevant and might help with your online presence.
Thursday 10th October marked World Mental Health Day – a global opportunity to raise awareness of mental health issues and address the social stigma surrounding the subject.
A group of celebrities, politicians and campaigners have made a pledge this week not to publicise online abuse, but instead to mute, block and report social media trolls. This follows the release of the #DontFeedTheTrolls report, published yesterday by new charity, Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH). The report suggests that hate speech including homophobia,… Read more »