Instagram’s released 14 new features and updates in January 2022. Take a deep dive into them all. Continue reading 14 Instagram Updates You Don’t Want to Miss
According to hubspot, video creation and consumption is expected to hit a new level this year with 86% of businesses using video as a marketing tool, a very slight increase from 85% in 2020. At first glance, this is somewhat an obvious fact, given that we’re mostly still stuck indoors due to the pandemic and so are watching different screens for a record number of … Continue reading Every Update YouTube’s Rolling Out in 2021
It doesn’t seem like TikTok is going to slow down anytime soon. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if it overtakes Instagram and even Facebook in the next few years. The platform’s most recent positive boost came from the smashing success of Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical, a crowdsourced, parody musical that went from being a fun, silly video posted by American elementary school teacher named … Continue reading TikTok Community Updates
Instagram’s become one of the fastest moving platforms in terms of adding features, removing features, tweaking features…well, you get the picture. The platform recently got people talking again. Curious? Read on! Instagram says its algorithm won’t promote Reels that have a TikTok watermark You’ve probably noticed that a lot of the Insta-Stories you consume have at least one TikTok video. TikTok’s unprecedented popularity seems to … Continue reading Instagram’s Shaking Things Up Again
Clubhouse. The word evokes nostalgic memories of treetop retreats for children. It also evokes images of discussions and shenanigans happening away from prying eyes. Chances are you’ve heard the word Clubhouse everywhere in the past few days, well, perhaps a bit more that the usual chatter happening around the app, thanks to a recent conversation between Elon Musk and Robinhood co-Founder Vlad Tenev to discuss … Continue reading Clubhouse: a short-term fad or a platform with potential?
Twitter’s permanent ban of Donald Trump made splashy headlines everywhere but while we were all distracted by the unprecedented move, which resulted in Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and every other platform on the planet following suit, Twitter quietly rolled out four new features over the past month, ending with Spaces (more below). They range from platform enhancements to combating ‘fake news’ and the dissemination of misinformation … Continue reading Four New Features That Twitter Rolled Out Without You Even Noticing
Microsoft has filed a patent for technology that would use social media posts to reincarnate people as chatbots. Yes, that’s right. Microsoft plans to bring the dead back to life as pieces of code that masquerade as your loved ones, relatives, and friends. Since the news broke, media outlets and social media users have likened the patent to an episode of the dark TV series … Continue reading Who Needs Séances When You’ve Got Chatbots?
YouTube’s always been a popular platform for video creators and consumers – and now its rolling out a range of new features that its over 2 billion monthly users are going to enjoy. First up – more robust analytics about the most important time in a video’s life cycle: the first 24 hours. This was never available to creators previously, who had to rely on … Continue reading YouTube Creators! Check Out These Exciting New Features!
Facebook announced a major overhaul for Pages today. Facebook Pages are public accounts used by organisations, public figures, events, etc. to share content, news, and updates. It’s different from personal profiles, which can be set to public or private settings and are usually used by individuals. The changes, which will be rolled out over the coming weeks include: a more streamlined layout, dedicated Pages news … Continue reading Major Facebook Revamp Coming To You Soon
We’ve all gotten used to seeing short videos aka Google Stories pop up as part of Google’s search results whenever we search for anything. In fact, it feels odd not to see a video result, as though there’s something missing. Now, those video results may potentially compete with social media posts, specifically Instagram and TikTok videos. These may appear in their own dedicated carousel search … Continue reading Google Pilots New Video Search Feature