5 Social Media Blogs That You Need To Know About In 2019

Social media marketing is, undoubtedly, an ever-changing medium. Whether it’s keeping abreast of new developments in social media, such as new social media features or new algorithms, or whether it’s educating yourself on new social media strategies and emerging statistics and data, digital marketers and business owners need to constantly keep up to date and … Read more

The Question We’ve Stopped Asking About Teen-Agers and Social Media

The trouble started in mid-September, when the Wall Street Journal published an exposé titled “Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show.” The article revealed that Facebook had identified disturbing information about the impact of its Instagram service on young users. It cited an internal company presentation, leaked to the paper by an anonymous whistle-blower, that … Read more

Why you should avoid those fun social media “tell us about yourself” questions

  It’s human nature; most of us love to talk about ourselves or at least share details about our past and preferences. And social media loves that, too, since it gets people engaged and participating. It’s not just scandalous material that can do you in. Quite the contrary. The most normal (even dull) aspects of … Read more

Don’t Worry About Apple’s AirPods Share Loss

In late 2016, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones — the company’s first without a dedicated headphone jack. At the same time, the company announced AirPods, which represented Apple’s take on wireless earbuds. Despite some of the hand-wringing around the removal of the headphone jack in the iPhone 7-series smartphones, those devices drove … Read more

Australia warns social media execs about extremist material on platforms

SYDNEY – Australia pledged Saturday to introduce new laws that could see social media executives jailed and tech giants fined billions for failing to remove extremist material from their platforms. The tough new legislation will be brought to Parliament in the coming week as Canberra pushes for social media companies to prevent their platforms from being … Read more

Twitter India, White Swan Foundation Join Hands to Spread Information About Suicide Prevention

In a bid to raise awareness on suicide prevention in India, Twitter India on Monday announced a partnership with non-profit organisation White Swan Foundation in which, the company will provide them with #adsforgood grants to help them reach more people. Twitter, in partnership with the International Association for Suicide Prevention, also launched a special emoji for the … Read more

About the Healthcare Marketing Industry

  The healthcare space is tremendous and spread crosswise over different other sub-areas. In addition to the fact that it is divided, it is unpredictable. The modern situation is amazingly incredulous with developing players in the market condition. A great deal of components have added to this distrust, for example, the populace rise and fatigue … Read more

Snapchat Parent to Reportedly Lay Off About 100 Engineers

Snap, the parent company of popular photo-sharing platform Snapchat, is reportedly planning to lay off nearly 100 engineers within a week, a media report said. Tech website Cheddar late on Wednesday reported that the layoffs would affect less than 10 percent of Snap’s engineering department. Citing sources, Cheddar also said that the planned layoffs would be Snap’s biggest … Read more

WhatsApp Says It’s ‘Excited’ About Digital Projects in India

Day after the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) on WhatsApp was spotted in the Google Play Beta Programme, a top WhatsApp executive says the mobile messaging app is excited about the government’s digitisation drive and the future projects in the country. Without delving into the details about when the instant money transfer gateway would finally be introduced in India which has over 200 … Read more