TikTok’s New “Scrubbing” Feature

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to rewatch a long TikTok video because you missed some parts of it? Same! Well good news, fellow TikTok watchers! The platform has added a new “scrubbing” feature to its video.  According to The Verge, “TikTok is now rolling out the ability for everyone to publish videos up to three minutes in length, three … Continue reading TikTok’s New “Scrubbing” Feature

Finally! Instagram is rolling desktop posting features

Say it ain’t so! As professionals who have been in the social media game for so long, the day that we have dreamed of has finally arrived. For as long as we can remember, Instagram has solely focused on its app while its desktop version has always sort of been the afterthought. The social media platform has been known to be slow when it comes … Continue reading Finally! Instagram is rolling desktop posting features

TikTok lets you reply to comments with a video

Got a comment on TikTok? Don’t hit send on that text reply just yet, because they just came up with a new update! As TikTok said it best in their newsroom blog:  “There’s nothing quite like the connection between creators and their fans. So often, that connection forms in a video’s comments section, where viewers can share jokes, offer commentary, ask questions and ultimately build … Continue reading TikTok lets you reply to comments with a video

5 Tips for Going Live on Social Media

Going Live is a great way to get instant attention! But have you ever found yourself in this dilemma whenever you think about going live on social media? “What should I do before going live?” “But, I’m camera shy…” “I don’t know what to talk about…” ⁠ That’s where our handy tips come in!⁠ Believe it or not, there’s a right way and a wrong … Continue reading 5 Tips for Going Live on Social Media

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Twitter Reactions: Yay or Nay?

Look out Twitter users! The internet’s favourite microblogging style social platform might be following Facebook’s footsteps by adding new emoji reactions on tweets. According to TechCrunch, Twitter has been surveying its users about this possible update for the past couple of months. Based on the screenshots a Twitter user shared, the platform has presented new emoji reactions that could include: crying (sad), shocked (awesome), laughing … Continue reading Twitter Reactions: Yay or Nay?

New LinkedIn Features Alert: Boost Organic Posts, Promote Events and Utilize Management Tools

Congratulations, Social Media Marketers! Our lives are about to become easier. Jk, not really (we wish). However, our tasks on LinkedIn has been made a little bit more manageable. All thanks to the social media platform releasing new features that claim to help social media managers on LinkedIn with target audience reach, brand community growth, and analytics measurement. Check out LinkedIn’s several new tools and … Continue reading New LinkedIn Features Alert: Boost Organic Posts, Promote Events and Utilize Management Tools

Stop Posting Into The Void

Tell me if either of these sound familiar: Scenario A You don’t focus on your social media accounts; posting randomly or irregularly, often with an image or quote card that you hurriedly put together when you realise it’s been ages since your followers have heard from you. Then you wonder why you’re barely getting any engagement, if any. Scenario B You post regularly, using high … Continue reading Stop Posting Into The Void

3 simple steps to uplift your social media account today

Unsure about how to get started on social media? Want to level up your content? Then read on! HAVE A TOPIC LIST Create a list that has up to five subjects that you can rotate among so you’ll never run out of content. Here’s my suggested list: expertise (professional, personal or both), lifestyle (such as your hobbies), your aspirations/goals and what you’re doing to achieve … Continue reading 3 simple steps to uplift your social media account today