Fri.Oct 05, 2018

Social Media Still Has a Fake News Problem - and Digital Literacy is Largely to Blame

Social Media Today

A new report has found that the majority of Twitter accounts which spread fake news ahead of the 2016 election are still active, underlining the ongoing issue

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Understanding Martech Niches: Content Marketing's TOP influencers


This week we take a specialised approach and analyse a niche vertical within the martech industry, Content Marketing.

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Facebook's Testing a New Link-Preview Image Size - Which Could Cause Some Headaches

Social Media Today

Facebook is testing a new image size option for link previews, which may force social media managers to re-think their process

Instagram Launches New Nametag Feature


It’s been in the works for some time now, but we’re happy to report that the Instagram nametag feature is finally being rolled out globally! Details about the nametag feature first came out in March and April and were later confirmed by an Instagram spokesperson. .

Instagram Rolls Out Scannable Nametags to All Users, Adds 'School Communities'

Social Media Today

Instagram is rolling out its nametag codes for profiles, while also adding new student-focused connection tools

Here's What You Need To Know About 'Artie's Adventure,' The VR/AI Experience Google Just Announced

Forbes Social Media

This release marks a huge step for the convergence of virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI

45 Google Tips and Tricks to Aid In Your Everyday Life [Infographic]

Social Media Today

Looking to level up your Google skills? Check out this infographic of helpful Google search hints and tips

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How to Gain a Massive Following on Instagram [Infographic]

Social Media Today

Looking to build your audience on Instagram? Check out these tips

15 Presentation Design Statistics for 2019 [Infographic]

Social Media Today

Planning a presentation can be difficult, especially if you don't have much context as to what the usual expectations might be. This graphic will help