Social media is forever changing which makes it easy to miss an update from time to time. Twice a month, we look into three of the latest key updates from the past few weeks from the various social media giants. Here’s what’s been happening recently…
Last week, Instagram hosted its Creator Week panel series, in which a range of internal experts and platform influencers shared their insights into how to make best use of the platform, how to connect with audiences, how Instagram’s algorithms actually work and more.
June is Pride Month, which means collective voices from across the globe are coming together to support and honour our LGBTQIA+ community. As a brand, Pride Month offers a chance to celebrate, show support, and raise awareness of LGBTQIA+ rights on your social media channels.
According to TechCrunch, as of January this year, roughly 500 million users were posting Stories each and every day (and it’s safe to assume that number has gone up). This feature isn’t just used for personal profiles; your brand stands to gain a lot from them too. If you want to find success here, keep scrolling… Read more »
Is this the beginning of the end of online abuse? Instagram will be rolling out some new options to protect people from abusive DMs, with the capacity to filter DM requests that include offensive words, and a new way to stop users you’ve already blocked from contacting you via a different account.