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Social Media Weekly Roundup 19

Social Media Roundup Week 19 Instagram hits 25 million active business users, Facebook targets the under 13 market with the introduction of Messenger Kids and Instagram continues to develop stories on their platform. Instagram provides new Stories Highlights and Stories Archive Instagram looks to introduce a new feature which will enable users to display their…

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Social Media Roundup 18

  Facebook looks to animate profile images and explores the possibility of new messanger streaks whilst Twitter tests out their ‘talking about this’ feature. Facebook looks to introduce a new feature which will automatically animate your profile image. Harry Potter is real. Well, not quite but the magic behind it soon could be as Facebook…

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An Interview with The Directors: Simon Curtis

What is your role within CurtisGabriel? My main job is finding new clients. I also manage the relationships with our current clients, support them with strategic thinking and how best to apply our service to help make a difference to their business. Finally, I work closely with clients and colleagues on our best practice policy…

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Social Media Roundup Week 17

Tests of ‘Tweetstorm’ expanded, the ability to send 4k images on Facebook messenger introduced and Instagram looks to capitalise on Live streaming with the introduction of a ‘request to join’ feature.   Instagram users can request to join a live stream Having only just introduced the ‘live guest’ option to their stories feature, Instagram have…

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Social Media Roundup Week 16

Some fun changes for Facebook this week who continue to look for ways to increase the ‘real-time’ aspect of their platform and a savvy move from Instagram to capitalise on the use of hashtags.   Facebook stories for events In a continual bid to increase the popularity and use of stories Facebook is now giving…

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Tips for handling negative feedback on social media

Negative feedback – two words that no business wants to hear but in the world of social media, two words that are becoming more and more common. That’s not because there are a greater number of issues or more things to complain about, it’s simply the fact that social media and the internet has given…

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Social Media Roundup Week

It’s coming…Twitter is rolling out 280 characters for all users, Facebook continues to develop its Ad options AND Instagram will now let you post any content to stories, removing the previous 24-hour limit! 280 character limit will be rolled out to all users We all talked about it, we all discussed the pros and cons…

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Social Media Round up

After all the buzz and excitement about the possibility of a new Explore Feed being introduced on Facebook things have been a bit quieter this week in social media but here are our top 2 stories. Instagram adds new stories preview to boost engagement If you aren’t already using Instagram stories to promote your business…

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Social Media Round Up

Substantial changes for Facebook this week as they attempt to clarify how their news feed works for publishers whilst also trialling a new ‘explore feed’. Very interesting times ahead!   Facebook releases guidelines to help users better understand how the news feed works.   There has been much in the press in recent weeks about…

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Social Media Weekly Roundup – 13

New moves reported for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter this week with a real focus on advertising. Here’s our top 3 social media stories of the week!   Facebook trials option to add a resume Up until now LinkedIn has always been viewed as the ‘professional’ social media platform however that could all be set to…

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