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Facebook Video Specs

What size does it need to be again? It’s no secret that video content is more effective at getting engagement on social platforms! I mean, who doesn’t love a cat video! With the platforms we use to engage our media changing, the standard 16:9 video aspect might not be as effective as it once was. To…

Facebook Partner Categories launch in the UK

  After a long wait, Facebook’s has finally launched its much acclaimed Partner Categories to advertisers in the UK, the eagerly awaited behaviours gives a wealth of targeting data to advertisers. Facebook already gives advertisers incredible targeting options, such as age, sex, location, interests, employment status, parents, travelling intent, mobile device users and as a result…

Calm Down Dear! It’s Just Another Facebook Hoax!

Yesterday was a dark day. A fake Facebook copyright message claiming to protect users’ media has once again gone viral on the social network. The Facebook hoax originally serviced in 2012. The message claims to put copyright protections on a user’s posts after they share the status update. It’s obviously doesn’t, however people’s newsfeed’s were flooded with the…

Social Media Review 2014

With 2014 coming to a close and some of the social networks currently celebrating new milestones, let’s scratch a little deeper and see what the major players have achieved this year and where they stand in the current social landscape. Social media usage continues to rise, although much of this growth relates to the increased…

Search: Facebook Posts

Now rolling out in the US for iPhone and Facebook for desktop, Facebook has launched it’s all new and improved Facebook Search. Until now, if you wanted to find that witty status you shared a few weeks ago or that post where your friend wrote a cookery recipe to your timeline; it was a case of good luck with…

Dark Social turn’s out to be Facebook

You may have heard of the phenomenon called ‘dark social’. It’s a term originally coined back in 2012 by Alexis Madrigal, whom whilst with The Atlantic; noted that despite having the ability to track and measure every detail of user traffic, there was a rather big portion that actually couldn’t be identified. Back then, Madrigal…

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