All Posts in Social Media

April 16, 2018Published by: Steph Bennett

Was Wetherspoon mad to call time on social media?

This morning, pub chain JD Wetherspoon closed all of its Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, citing the negative effects of social media and as a way to cut costs, save time, and move their marketing focus to something more suitable to their target audience.

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March 23, 2018Published by: Battenhall Intern

SXSW 2018: Trends and highlights

South by Southwest (SXSW) – the Texas-based annual celebration of interactive technology, film, and music – wrapped up at the weekend, and it was as inspiring and eclectic as ever.

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January 10, 2018Published by: Drew

Swipe left to like me on… Ripple. Move over LinkedIn

The world of professional social networking hasn't changed that much in the last 10 years. LinkedIn for contacts and companies, Twitter for chat and content, then blogs and forums for niches. Whereas the social media sphere as a whole has constantly evolved, we've seen relatively few newcomers to try to topple LinkedIn in the business space.

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December 21, 2017Published by: Robert Haslam

Facebook is improving the feed. Like if you agree.

To end 2017, Facebook is making some changes that will impact the strategy some publishers use to drive engagement. Facebook, as with the other social networks, is constantly tweaking its algorithms to try and improve the experience of using the network. Done right, the algorithms help ensure that you, the user, see content that will interest you the most.

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December 15, 2017Published by: Jonny Atter

Instagram shopping, highlights and hashtags

Instagram has rolled out a number of exciting new features in the last few weeks with highlights, archiving, the ability to follow hashtags and teasers for shoppable posts. Like anything in the ever-changing world of social media, there’s a lot to take in, but we’ve explored what they all do and how brands could use them.

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August 3, 2017Published by: Meg Edwards

Coming soon: Facebook Messenger payment services

Splitting your bottomless brunch bill will soon be made easier with the introduction of person-to-person payments through Facebook Messenger in the UK. This feature was first launched in the USA earlier this year and was later enhanced by allowing payments to be made in a group chat. The service is free to use and does not require a password, however it does ask a couple of security questions before you can proceed with the payment. Furthermore, the payments are fully secure, protected and private.

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