Twitter launches new Shop Module feature, which is currently available only for U.S. iOS users. Continue reading Twitter Shopping is about to officially become a thing
Another exciting update is about to come for Facebook users! Over the past few months, the social media platform has hinted at launching a variety of updates, from promotion tags to image motion effects. This time, Facebook is testing animated reactions to shared posts on the news feed. According to social media expert Matt Navarra’s post, users will have an option to add animated reactions … Continue reading Facebook is Testing Animated Reactions
Who doesn’t love learning new things? It can be about a hobby, news, a random topic, something business-related… anything that enriches your life or those of others and gives you an edge! Posts that contain interesting facts, news, and statistics are a great way to boost your Instagram saves. People are most likely to save educational and informative posts so that they can process the … Continue reading Instagram Save Worthy Series: Information
I bet you’ve seen at least five posts today with inspirational quotes or visuals. There’s a reason why they’re so popular – they give you a small boost for minimal effort! Why are they useful? Well, inspirational posts are more than just content fillers. It’s another way to emphasize your brand persona to your target audience. If they’re really well done or resonate with your … Continue reading Instagram Save Worthy Series: Inspiration
It’s official: YouTube’s coming for international creators. The giant long-form video-based platform will start taxing creators outside the U.S. from June 2021 onwards. The amount will be deducted based on revenue generated from creators enrolled in the YouTube Partner Program who earn money from U.S.-based viewers, i.e. any U.S.-based AdSense, YouTube Premium, Super Chat, Super Stickers, and Channel Memberships will be taxed at U.S. rates. … Continue reading YouTube To Tax International Creators
Do you remember when QR codes seemed to be practically everywhere? You couldn’t walk down a street, pick up something in a supermarket, open a magazine, visit a festival or exhibition…well, you get the idea. Then suddenly, they disappeared in almost the same speed as they originally appeared. Now, it seems that they’re making a quiet comeback – quiet until last week anyway. Over 1,500 … Continue reading Are QR Codes Coming Back?
TikTok lovers now have another reason to celebrate: the short-video platform’s just released two new features – Playlists and Immersive Music Creative Effects. Let’s take a deeper look at them: Playlists This time, it’s TikTok’s turn to take inspiration from another social media platform’s features. In this case, Instagram’s IGTV series, which allow creators to group content into different themes. TikTok’s Playlist feature is also … Continue reading TikTok Introduces Two New Features
You’ve probably seen one fantastic headline after another in recent days when it comes to NFTs, from people buying memes to artists selling digital artworks for millions of dollars to brands jumping on the bandwagon and releasing “limited edition NFT only” products. It can be overwhelming, especially since each Google search feels like you’re going down a rabbit hole with no end in sight. I … Continue reading Why Is Everyone Obsessed With NFTs?
International Women’s Day was a couple days ago, and as expected, social media was filled with a mix of posts from individuals, organisations, and brands that shared either generic greetings ( “Happy International Women’s Day!”) , fun/silly content (“tag the best woman in your life!”), educational content (“how women shaped history”), meaningless statements (“we pledge to give more women a seat at the table”). One … Continue reading Burger King’s Whopping Fail
The streaming giant’s rolling out a feature called “Fast Laughs” that provides a feed of comedic clips from Netflix’s catalog of films, shows, and stand-up specials as it enters the fight against TikTok, alongside multiple social media and digital platforms. It’s currently only available on the iOS version of its app in select countries, where it’s accessible from the bottom navigation menu on its own … Continue reading Get Ready To Rumble: Netflix vs TikTok