Social Media News

Which is the right social media platform for your digital marketing efforts? The team from Constant Contact provide some helpful pointers in this graphic.

The team from Socialinsider recently conducted a study of 726,135 Instagram Stories and Story Ads to determine key best practices for the format.

A new report conducted by OnePoll, on behalf of GoDaddy, has revealed some new insights into the importance of your brand's web presence.

Google has released its 2020 'Frightgeist' listing of Halloween trends, which could help in your themed tie-ins and marketing efforts.

Facebook has published its latest 'Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior' report, covering all the accounts removed for such in September.

Facebook has launched a new initiative to assist SMBs in the final quarter push for 2020.

Instagram has added some new audio features for Reels as it works to maximize Reels usage.

Memes are a staple of the web. And the world always wants more of them. Here's how to make your own memes.

A fly that landed on Mike Pence’s head during Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate has already amassed 90,000 followers on Twitter.

Want to keep your personal information private? Here’s how to remove location data from photos and videos.

Creating the perfect social-media-ready selfie just got easier with our favorite iOS and Android selfie apps.

With the US Presidental election drawing near, Facebook has outlined its latest update in its election integrity efforts.

Twitter is looking to make more users add their own thoughts to their retweets by removing the current menu of retweeting options in the process.

Instagram has announced a new update for its separate Threads app which adds full messaging integration.

A new survey conducted by research firm Piper Sandler has found that Snapchat is the most popular app among teen users in the US, followed by TikTok.

The big tech players could be in for major changes after a 16-month investigation by The House Antitrust Subcommittee found that they do hold monopoly power in their respective markets. 

Facebook is ramping its action against the QAnon conspiracy theory, with an expansion of its rules around what is no longer allowed in relation to the movement.

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Facebook has announced a blanket ban on QAnon accounts in a bid to drastically cut down on content linked to the radical conspiracy theory group.