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Instagram Threads?

  Instagram (or more likely, Facebook) are developing a new app called Threads – a messaging app where you can automatically share your location, speed, and battery life, as well as the usual stuff like text, photos, and videos with your ‘close friends’ list.   Users will be able to opt into automatic sharing, which…

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Twitter’s upping its paid game

Over the past few weeks we have seen multiple announcements from Twitter; filtering direct messages, swipeable lists, and 6-second video ad bidding. Now, the platform has announced its testing a new, larger image carousel format for advertisers and it seems they’re really trying to up their paid game. After the success on Facebook and Instagram,…

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Social Snapshot – 21.08.19

Another week has passed, and what a week it has been! We’ve rounded up the best articles and updates from the fast-moving world of social media to get you up to speed in no time.   Twitter launches 6-second video ad bidding, providing new options for video marketers. https://po.st/8MSXcA Twitter has launched a new option for…

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Tumblr Who?! WordPress what?!

  Ahhh Tumblr – what once was a buzzing hive of indie creators, a place to share your work and interact with others and its booming creative community, has slowly been meeting its demise over the past few years when they decided to ban adult content from the platform, and flag/ban most artistic and LGBTQ+…

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Social Snapshot – 14.08.19

It’s always interesting to find out what’s happening in the world of social media, but we understand that sometimes it’s hard to keep up. That’s why we’ve rounded up a range of articles that we just want to shout about! Keep on reading to find out what’s been happening… Instagram opens AR filter creation tools…

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Scheduling Instagram content just got a lot easier!

Instagram is perceived as the favoured social media platform by many, and including it within your social strategy is a must. But for years, marketeers (us included) have struggled with scheduling posts due to the app not having its own scheduling tools, turning to external apps and sites. And as expected, these come at an…

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