How to Create Incredible Website Content and Generate Loads of Traffic [Infographic]

Published March 8, 2020 Are you looking for ways to improve your business website? Want to create content that attracts more website visitors? The team from Micro Creatives share their tips…

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Using Emojis in Social Media Marketing [Infographic]

Emojis have become a common element in modern communication, with research showing that some 92% of people have used, and/or regularly use, emojis in their messaging. But should you use…

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Instagram Adds New Processes to Help Users Find Accurate Updates on the Coronavirus Outbreak

Following the latest announcements around coronavirus-related content measures from Facebook and Twitter, Instagram has now also detailed how it’s working to guide users towards accurate, relevant updates on the situation….

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Facebook Bans Ads and Commerce Listings for Face Masks Due to Coronavirus-Related Price Gouging

After announcing a range of new measures to help ensure that users are getting accurate information related to the coronavirus outbreak across both Facebook and Instagram, The Social Network has…

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Facebook bans face mask ads to fight coronavirus price gouging

On Friday, Facebook announced that it would further attempt to limit coronavirus-related chaos on its platform by banning commerce listings and advertisements for medical face masks. “We’re monitoring COVID19 closely…

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What to consider when employees need to start working remotely

The COVID-19 crisis is touching all aspects of society, including how we work. In response, many companies are considering asking some percentage of their workforce to work remotely until the…

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Daily Crunch: Jack Dorsey defends his work as Twitter CEO

Twitter’s CEO defends himself from activist investors, Google takes additional coronavirus precautions and a fizzy drink maker raises $30 million. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 6, 2020. 1. Twitter…

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Facebook Expands Election Authorization Ad Requirements Into 32 More Regions

Facebook is expanding its political advertising transparency measures, which require any ad paid for by a political group or candidate to be labeled as such, into 32 new regions, taking the…

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Facebook Launches Messenger for macOS in Selected Markets

After first announcing it’s coming Messenger app for Mac at its F8 developer conference last May, Facebook has this week begun rolling out the new Messenger for macOS in selected markets,…

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Twitter Updates Rules on Hateful Conduct to Cover Discrimination Based on Age, Disability or Disease.

Twitter has this week issued an update to its rules around hateful conduct, which it first launched last year.  The rules are designed to help keep Twitter conversations more civil,…

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