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5 Things You Can Learn from Instagram Influencers
May16

5 Things You Can Learn from Instagram Influencers

  Brands are keen to add influencers to market their products. With a heap of followers consuming and engaging content, they can help your business reach the target audience. Influencer marketing puts your product in the minds of potential customers. While influencers already boost your campaign, they also use strategies you can learn from for social media. A good understanding of the way they create content and manage their...

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Unreleased Facebook Avatars copy Snapchat Bitmoji
May08

Unreleased Facebook Avatars copy Snapchat Bitmoji

  Facebook is not yet done copying Snapchat features, as code reveals another one is coming, TechCrunch reports. As it did with Stories, Snaps, and Filters, Facebook is replicating a feature that exists or existed on Snapchat. The report says the Facebook Android app contains code that lets users build custom, illustrated versions of themselves as stickers in comments and Messenger. Snap’s subsidiary Bitmoji has used this feature...

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How to use video marketing effectively
May07

How to use video marketing effectively

  Custom videos help brands reach their goals. To drive traffic, to educate customers, to share testimonials—video is a quick, engaging tool to interact and spark conversations. Here we give you five popular ways video marketing can boost your campaign. Product vids Product videos let you tease a new or upcoming product. It simplifies complex products to build interest. It highlights the benefits and shows how everything works....

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How Facebook News Feed works
May06

How Facebook News Feed works

Facebook used this year’s F8 developer conference to share how the latest News Feed algorithm works. Like the past few years, News Feed VP Adam Mosseri was onstage to reveal what his team will focus on and how they will do it. Below are key points of Mosseri’s talk titled Consumption to Connection. Mosseri says Facebook wants to connect friends and family—the heart of the News Feed experience—in three ways: Help people see meaningful...

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Twitter admits mistake in potential data breach
May05

Twitter admits mistake in potential data breach

  Another day, another data breach. This time at the expense of Twitter. The company disclosed that around 336 million user accounts were at risk on its platform. An internal bug on their servers exposed a multitude of passwords in plain text. Twitter resolved the issue quickly though. And their security team found it unlikely for the sensitive info to fall into the wrong hands. No leaks. No misuse. Case closed, right? Not yet....

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