Facebook Allows Users to Move Images to Photobucket and Event Listings to Google Calendar

Facebook has announced that it has added two new destinations to its data portability options for when users want to move their data from the social network. According to TechCrunch, Product Manager Hadi Michel said that the new data transfer tool gives users more clarity on what they can share to which platforms. They mentioned that users can launch multiple transfers, with better fine-grain control … Continue reading Facebook Allows Users to Move Images to Photobucket and Event Listings to Google Calendar

How to Grow Your Followers: Keep a Consistent Content Calendar

Big shoutout to the first person who thought of Content Calendars! Randomly creating content on a daily basis with no direction or purpose is not only time-consuming, but it can also be exhausting, ineffective, and often forgettable to the audience as it can lack thought behind the post. Before we dive deep, let’s start at the beginning. A social media content calendar is a document … Continue reading How to Grow Your Followers: Keep a Consistent Content Calendar

TikTok: The Ultimate Platform for Culture and Music

Ever heard somebody say, “It starts on TikTok”? Turns out, there’s a reason for that – a really good one, actually! Trends are what make the world go round in the TikTok universe. It has made stars out of aspiring musicians, created memes out of audios and filters, empowered subcultures, brought about bigs wins for brands and so much more. According to TikTok, “The TikTok … Continue reading TikTok: The Ultimate Platform for Culture and Music

Bye-Bye Fleets

Woohoo! Say bye-bye to Fleets! ⁠ Why am I celebrating?  Because I’m fed up with social media platforms bloating themselves with additional features that don’t add value for their users, but rather seem like desperate grabs at the “next shiny thing”⁠. Fleets, Twitter’s take on the Story-like features that we often see on Snapchat and Instagram, has officially seen its final days. Back in July … Continue reading Bye-Bye Fleets

Microsoft is Bringing Back Clippy

Guess who’s back? Back again. That’s right, Clippy’s back! Microsoft just announced that the iconic office assistant will replace the paperclip emoji that exists across Windows, Office, Microsoft Teams, and other Microsoft 365 products. In fact, the company even started the hype by teasing the return of Clippy in a tweet promising that if Twitter post received 20,000 Likes, they would replace the paperclip emoji … Continue reading Microsoft is Bringing Back Clippy

How to Grow Your Followers: Optimise Your Profile

Trying to gain more followers may feel like trying to catch fish in a big ocean. Where do you even start!? It can be tricky and may take a lot of time and patience to finally get the momentum going. In our new blog series, How to Grow Your Followers, we show you different ways of gaining a following online, whether it’s for your personal … Continue reading How to Grow Your Followers: Optimise Your Profile

Instagram Finally Rolls Out Reels Ads

Instagram Reels are growing! The app’s video feed has finally launched Ads across the globe, after a successful test in select countries. Of course, it’s not exactly a surprise that Instagram is finding more ways to incorporate ads into the app and earn revenue. Especially with TikTok being ahead of the game and the fact that the Head of Instagram has openly expressed the platform … Continue reading Instagram Finally Rolls Out Reels Ads

Twitter Super Follows and Paying for Tweets

A penny for your Tweets? Good news, Twitter users! You could soon earn money from your Tweets through Super Follows. Before we dive into the deep end, what are Super Follows? Super Follows is an upcoming feature that can help Twitter users earn monthly income from the conversations they create. How does it work? The Super Follows feature is currently in its testing phase, where … Continue reading Twitter Super Follows and Paying for Tweets