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Facebook Messenger – Desktop Edition!

  (…in which the author has nostalgic ramblings)   Well it’s about time, Facebook!  The company has now announced that Messenger for desktop is available for download for both Windows and Mac OS machines.   In a quote from Facebook: “people are using technology to stay in touch with the people they care about, even…

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Social Snapshot – 08.04.20

As we head into a short couple of weeks here in the UK there is no stopping the social platforms. They are supercharged. Delivering better formats, greater functionality and some interesting innovations. It isn’t likely to stop over Easter, either. Seems there are redesigns and rumoured launches aplenty – with a few sneak previews. Read…

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Social Snapshot – 01.04.20

In the past couple of weeks, social media has become the go-to place to get news updates and entertainment for many. So of course, our favoured platforms are continuing to test out new features to keep their audiences engaged during this uncertain time. If you’ve missed out on the latest happenings in social recently, then…

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From Social Distancing to Distant Socialising

Coronavirus has changed the way we consume and interact with Social Media. But one thing is clear – now, more than ever, people crave connectivity and connection to their former, more sociable lives.  This need has led to a surge in platform adoption that has given us marketers something to take note of. Houseparty, the…

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TikTok: socially distant yet bridging the gap

Let’s get something straight. I am not and haven’t been a teenager in a LONG time. So if you think my foray into TikTok indicates poor judgement, you’re probably right (face-palm). Writing this post, I find I’m conversing with myself, debating the ethics of meddling in social platforms traditionally geared at younglings, which I cannot…

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