Back in the summer of 2016 Instagram announced that it was taking the step of rolling out some new Instagram Business Tools in the US, Australia and New Zealand, with further countries to follow. The great news for UK businesses is that … Read more
Social media giant, Twitter, has announced that the blue verification badge is now available for all.
The blue badge is a sign of authenticity of an account and allows people to identify high-profile individuals and organisations. There are … Read more
(This post was written by Sunandita Nijhawan over in our Sydney office)
Whether your goal is to increase conversions, build brand awareness or simply gain a greater following, Facebook is an excellent platform to help you achieve your … Read more
Facebook Live was first announced a couple of years ago but was only available for Facebook staff members and celebrity interviews. However, as of April 2016, Facebook has made its Live feature available to all users, companies and businesses. … Read more
Yesterday (Wednesday 24 February 2015), Facebook rolled out Reactions globally to all users – instead of simply ‘liking’ a post you can now respond with Love, Haha, Wow, Sad or Angry.
This follows months of testing and … Read more
This blog post is written by Roxanne Dwyer, based in our Sydney office.
YouTube is widely-known as the second largest search engine behind Google. With more than 1 billion users, its popularity also extends to being the third most visited … Read more
Facebook has announced a revamped personalised notifications tab coming soon to both the Facebook iOS and Android apps which not only improves the amount of information found within the tab, but could act like a digital personal assistant. … Read more
In this fortnight’s digital marketing news, find out about big changes to Google Local within search results, Twitter results within Google, Facebook Notes redesign and the rebranding of LinkedIn SlideShare.
Google makes changes to the … Read more
In this fortnight’s digital marketing news, we talk about booking hotels within SERPs, Facebook’s competing against YouTube, desktop searching on Instagram and the removal of custom backgrounds on Twitter.
Hotel Booking within Google … Read more
This fortnight we have been discussing the latest Facebook update that claims it will allow users to control who they most frequently see updates from in their News Feed. As well as this, Google again clarifies its position on links, Twitter gets … Read more