It’s been a busy few months in the world of social media and apps. Facebook stock continues to fall after the Cambridge Analytica scandal back in March, and Instagram launched the game changing (or so it thinks) IGTV, hoping to compete against YouTube’s long form video content.
SEO can seem like a mystery, particularly for small-business owners trying to optimise their digital presence. There are a few key things that matter for small-business websites in regards to their SEO.
March was a tough month for Facebook. The biggest news story to rock the world of social media (as well as the world) was the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
#DeleteFacebook. The hashtag has gone viral on Twitter, with growing numbers deleting their Facebook accounts in response to the Cambridge Analytica data breach. For many, it has been a wake-up call about the amount of personal data they have shared online (unknowingly or not) and the ease of that data being misused and manipulated.
It’s been a busy start to the year, with big news stories (both good and bad) hitting the internet and social media world.
Seemingly overnight, Vero began to flood the internet. While hundreds of thousands of people signed up to the social platform in a matter of days, others scrambled to keep up.
Cyber security is a growing issue. As more and more people share their lives (and their information) online, there is the greater potential for someone to misuse that information.
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Social media has evolved into more than just photo sharing platforms and communication tools. Social media is big business, not only for advertising potential but also as eCommerce sales tools.
Video content is projected to claim more than 80% of all web traffic by 2019.
How long do you spend on your mobile phone? And how much of that time is spent in apps, like Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.? If you're anything like the large majority, you probably spend up to 3hrs and 23mins in mobile apps per day.