Social media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules.
Chief executives are being warned to “think twice before they tweet” after the boss of takeaway company Just Eat Takeaway was told his Twitter spat with Uber threatened to undermine the firm’s reputation.
Facebook is being investigated by UK and European competition watchdogs over concerns it uses advertising data to gain an unfair advantage over rivals.
Twitter has launched a new “tip jar” feature which will allow people to send money to others on the site.
Dulux has apologised after making fun of Tottenham Hotspur – immediately after being signed as their new sponsor.
If you’re currently in the position of wondering which social media platforms to register with for your business or how to go about creating a marketing and ad spend strategy take five minutes to hear Romain Bertrand’s perspective as he talks all things social and marketing.
If you’re trying to grow your business online, social media is an efficient and cost effective way to do it.
In late 2019, TikTok came out of nowhere and overtook snapchat and twitter with the number of users on the platform.
Instagram is a place where careers and businesses are made overnight. If you are good enough with your tactics, utilizing Instagram to its fullest, and your business can touch the limits of zenith in a very brief period.