Digital marketing campaigns have become more creative than ever, with many different platforms to deliver branded content to your audiences.
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Facebook recently held its F8 developers conference, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg announcing on stage a look into what Facebook has in store for the future of social media.
Facebook has opened up the Canvas advertising platform to all brands - meaning more ways to create engaging and interactive ads.
New Customer Service features have been announced by Twitter, allowing businesses to privately message customers, and utilise Customer Feedback Surveys.
Twitter has announced a new algorithm that shows "best-of" tweets and video ads above the most recent on the timeline - so what does it mean for brands?
Twitter is reportedly considering extending the character limit to 10,000 for tweets, but what will this mean for marketers and brands that use the platform?
Live video streams are becoming more popular, with both Twitter and Facebook getting in on the action. Now, Facebook Live has introduced subscribe buttons.
Facebook has announced a new and improved search feature, allowing users to stand on top of the latest trends by searching all 2 trillion public posts.
Facebook has finally announced the dislike button alternative, coming in the form of "Reactions" - a range of empathetic emoji used to convey your reaction.
Instagram has begun rolling out advertising to all sizes of businesses, alongside introducing 30 second videos and ditching the compulsory square format.