Twitter has been very active with its updates this month. Although it is very common for this social media micro blog to release new updates, this month we will touch on some changes that cannot go by unnoticed. Below is your guide to the 4 new features added by Twitter in April 2015: 1. Re-tweet
A math quiz which was first assumed to be for fifth grade students turned out to be a social media puzzle that caught the attention of bloggers, news channels and online users across the globe.
Last week Facebook opened its new office called MPK 20 in Silicon Valley. It is a 43,000 square foot office, which according to Mark Zuckerberg, is “the largest open floor plan in the world”.
A new study from GlobalWebIndex examines top 5 social media activities on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Read more for more insights.
Through the Knowledge Graph, Google identifies and connects facts about people, places, “how to”, and more. Let’s look at some unexpected things you can search on Google through the Knowledge Graph.
Brands are competing for Millennial trust. With over 9 million Millennials in Canada born between 1980 and 2000, Millennials are the biggest target group for online marketing. Millennials are a tech-savvy, career-driven, highly connected and engaged generation that grew up with desktop and mobile.
From the Walking Dead to the House of Cards, TV Shows are extremely popular across the globe with a wide variety of TV Shows available online through video streaming services like Netflix, Shomi and Crave TV. Let’s have a look at the most anticipated TV Shows garnering the most buzz on social media.
Google is testing a new approach that will help improve its search results and provide a better web experience for mobile users.
4 Proven tips that help successful brands drive engagement on Twitter. Learn how to effectively use Twitter to master your social media marketing.
YouTube released its new YouTube Kids app where kids can find and watch their favourite videos. Videos include favourite kid’s channels including National Geographic Kids, Sesame street, DreamWorksTV, Thomas & Friends, and more.