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What You Need to Know About the Google+ Shutdown

As of 2nd April 2019 the consumer version of Google+ will be no more – all profiles and pages will be deleted. The failed social media platform is shutting down because of “low usage and the challenges involved in maintaining a successful product that meets consumers’ expectations”. The announcement of the closure came shortly after […]

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How-Tu Tuesday: How to Create Instagram Stories

If you’ve read about why and how you can be using Instagram Stories to promote your business but you’re not sure how to actually create Stories then this post is for you! How to Add a Photo or Video to Instagram Stories 1. Open up the Instagram app and click on your profile photo with […]

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Posting and Scheduling Directly from Hootsuite to Instagram

Posting Single Images Direct from Hootsuite to Instagram (It’s Back!) Good news for Hootsuite fans – the ability to post single images direct from Hootsuite to Instagram is back! (Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal last year, there were some restrictions put in place and posting/scheduling to Instagram was no longer available). Plus, there is now […]

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8 Social Media Resolutions for 2019

Tips and Trends for 2019 We’ve combined some of our best practice tips for digital marketing with what the experts say will trend in social media in 2019  – so if you’re looking to set some new year resolutions for your social media marketing, here’s what we suggest. 1. Reflect and review Take a step back […]

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Instagram launches new Nametag feature

It’s been in the works for some time now, but we’re happy to announce that the Instagram Nametag feature is currently being rolled out globally. That’s right, everyone can now use this handy feature. Instagram initially announced the nametag feature back in April and it was heavily compared to Snapchat’s popular QR Snapcode. While Snapcodes [...] Read More

Basic steps to protect your Facebook Account after recent hack.

You may have noticed Facebook in the news for the wrong reasons yet again, as they announced to the World that hackers had obtained access to 50 million users accounts. Not only did they gain access, but they could use them as if they were their own. What does this mean for you? Was your [...] Read More