Digital marketing has evolved throughout 2018 into 2019 with a number of new digital marketing trends - but which ones can help SMEs grow online?
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Instagram's shopping service expanded into the UK back in March 2018, and is becoming a very viable option for ecommerce retailers to expand their audience and attract new customers online.
Facebook has announced it will be shutting down one of the richer sources of data available to advertisers, as third-party consumer data will be removed from Facebook's advertising platform.
Data breaches are huge new stories nowadays, and so it comes of no surprise that a story including Facebook, Donald Trump and Russia became a whirlwind of a story.
Instagram will now allow businesses to schedule posts to go out at a later date, as announced by Facebook which own the platform.
On January 11th, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg announced radical new changes to how Facebook's news feed would work, as they are changing the algorithm.
Live video is the latest big thing to make waves in the world of social media. While video has risen in popularity on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook for some time now.
Facebook is introducing version 2.2 of the Messenger platform with a host of tools to boost engagement with customers, and the most notable new tool is the Customer Chat Plugin which allows businesses to chat with customers.
Facebook has come a long way since the inception of social media platforms, and is now an advertising goliath up against the likes of Google.
Social media has come a long way since the inception of Facebook and Myspace, and each year seems to bring along more developments it's hard to keep on top of.