Vine, the home of looping six second videos of people's cats acting funny, will be shutting down its mobile app in the coming months and no longer accepting uploads. STAY CALM! Twitter announced that, for the moment, nothing is happening to the apps, website or your current Vines. In their announcement, Vine promised: ‘Nothing is … Continue reading Twitter axes Vine
Good news, Tweeters... Twitter is officially letting you say more when you post a photo, GIF, or video! The 140-character limit for tweets now only includes text - that's letters, numbers, symbols or spaces.
When you’re setting up your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, you will be given the option to connect your accounts together, with the idea that when you post something on one platform, the exact same post will appear on the other platform. Sounds good, right? Well, none of your followers will thank you for it or appreciate it.
You may have noticed a new addition to Instagram today... Instagram Stories. The new feature is already causing controversy due to its striking similarities to another social media platform — Snapchat. But the real question is, what does this mean for your business?
Having a blue tick on your Twitter account suggests that in some way what you have to say is important. Twitter is now giving everyone the chance to receive the highly sought after tick!
To really make the most out of your social media presence, ensure you are strategic with your calls to action. Here's our top 5 tips for getting social media calls to action right, and some examples of exactly how it’s been done successfully.
Have you ever searched for that emoji that just doesn't exist? Well, you'll be pleased to learn that emoji company Unicode are releasing nearly 75 new emojis this month. Emojis are fast becoming a regular way for businesses and social media managers to engage with their consumers. For businesses like Domino's Pizza - whose social … Continue reading How new emojis could improve social media marketing
Microsoft is buying the professional networking social media platform LinkedIn for just over $26 billion (£18 billion), but why? Well, to put it simply: Microsoft + LinkedIn = $$$ ! LinkedIn has become the go-to tool for recruiting, finding new clients, sharing posts for a wide audience, discussing projects through messaging and group discussions, and the all-important social … Continue reading Why is Microsoft buying LinkedIn?
Most marketers get social media wrong. Especially those that have been around the block a few times and know a thing or two about marketing. But why?
You want your social media posts to get attention, but how do you go about it? There's no magic formula. But, LAMB Social Media Management have put together this handy little 'Who, What, Where, When, Why and How' guide to help.