Don’t miss out! Spooky Super Sale on SEO Services and Social Media Marketing

I'll leave the puns for the likes of Argos and Amazon, but, like everyone and their dog (or cat!) we're running a Halloween offer (see, I could have said a spooktacular offer) that's nice and simple. Until midnight on Halloween (31st October 2021) we're offering 10% off on all of our Social Media Marketing and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) packages. Nice and simple. Just get in touch with...
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LinkedIn are removing Stories from their platform

LinkedIn Stories were only introduced last year, but they are already being removed. It did not have the impact that the team at LinkedIn expected. (It follows Twitter also removing the short-lived ‘Fleets’ from their platform too!) This blog post will explain why LinkedIn are removing stories and making this change. What are LinkedIn Stories? LinkedIn Stories were introduced last year. They...
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Twitter changes its fonts and colours across its web and mobile platforms! Are you a fan?

Twitter has announced that they have changed all of their fonts on their platforms to the new ‘Chirp’ font and also updated their colours. What is the new Chirp font? It is a new font that has been entirely developed by Twitter and moves away from the reliance on other typefaces. Twitter’s Derrit DeRouen said in a tweet “Our key objective with this brand refresh is to improve how we...
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How to ensure you remain safe on social media!

Nowadays, we all use a form of social media – some of us have had profiles for years that have the most personal of information – from our favourite interests to photos of our loved ones. All of this shared personal data makes it easier for hackers to use tactics such as social engineering to gain access to these pieces of data! This blog post will highlight how a hacker is able to use your...
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New privacy rules in Europe cause Facebook to withdraw some Inbox features

Due to new privacy rules in Europe, Facebook has withdrawn some business-related Inbox features, and messaging-related insights may be unavailable for messages delivered to or from people or businesses based in Europe. Other messaging features that will be affected include: Messaging-related ad campaigns Messaging-related ad metrics Messaging API features Organic Messaging Features Some organic...
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WordPress has announced a killer new feature

WordPress has announced a killer new feature that provides greater integration for Twitter users. Now, WordPress content creators, with Jetpack installed, can publish an entire blog post as a Twitter thread, with just two extra clicks. The new feature means that integration between the two platforms has come full circle after WordPress announced that entire Twitter threads, also known as...
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Windows 10 has a hidden emoji picker – here’s how to use it

Windows 10 has a hidden emoji picker you can use to type emoji in any application, even desktop programs like Google Chrome. It’s accessible by pressing a keyboard shortcut combination. How to Open the Emoji Picker To open the emoji picker, press Win+. or Win+; on your keyboard. In other words, hold the Windows key down and press either the period (.) or semicolon (;) key. Your cursor must be...
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What Instagram’s new desktop DMs means for businesses

Receiving a healthy influx of direct messages on Instagram is a great indication that your audience is engaged with your brand and the content that you’re posting. But it can also be pretty stressful — especially if you’re managing everything from the Instagram mobile app (it’s just a little limiting to do everything from the app!). As such, the new feature should be *very* useful for...
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You can now highlight COVID-19 related temporary changes on your business Facebook page

Businesses making temporary changes to their usual services can now prominently display those changes on their Facebook page, thanks to new features added this week by Facebook. If a customer visits the Facebook page of their favorite restaurant, for example, they can quickly see if it’s still offering delivery and/or collection service. If a business is simply closed for the time being, with...
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Instagram to start removing likes on certain accounts

A few weeks ago, Instagram announced that it was going to start removing likes on certain accounts in attempts to “depressurize” the app. Some people (like Nicki Minaj) say they’ll stop posting to Instagram if likes go away, and Instagram users had mixed feelings. “Honestly, I will post even more now. I tested this feature during my vacation in Brazil and not having this ‘like’ count...
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