Court Allows TikTok to Remain Available for Download in the US, Despite White House Executive Order

Despite TikTok’s latest deadline expiring, which would have seen all US downloads of the app banned this past weekend, the app remains available, and in operation, for American users, at least for the time being. While the US Government has given preliminary approval for the Oracle/Walmart takeover offer for TikTok to progress, as yet, there’s no official deal […]

15 Digital Marketing Tools to Improve Your Online Presence in 2020

Are you looking for ways to improve your online presence in 2020? Want to know the digital marketing tools that can help your grow your business? The team from Page Traffic share their recommended marketing tools in this infographic. Here’s who makes their list: Google Keyword Planner Bannersnack Hubspot ActiveCampaign Serpstat Buzzsumo ManyChat Google Analytics Sprout Social

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Apple has acquired a start-up that makes listening to podcasts more like tuning into radio stations, seeking to improve its service amid growing competition from Spotify. The Cupertino, California-based technology giant earlier this year bought Scout FM, which was a popular podcast app on iPhones, Android devices and Amazon smart speakers, according to people with knowledge

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3 Ways to Make the Most of the Rise in eCommerce Activity via Your Social Media Presence

According to an April 2020 study on COVID-19’s impact on consumer behavior, carried out by Accenture, people are rethinking the way they shop. The lockdowns have changed approaches to eCommerce and online browsing, and as more and more consumers also look to buy more cost-effectively, due to restraints caused by broader market impacts, even more people

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Twitter seemed to be testing an edit feature, but the company says it’s a bug If you delete a reply, when you go to reply again, you can edit the deleted text

If you delete a reply, when you go to reply again, you can edit the deleted text It looked like Twitter might finally, at long last, be allowing users to edit their tweets. Users began noticing it Sunday afternoon: If you delete a tweet reply, then try to reply again, the “deleted” text reappears, allowing

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After giving users to capability to export their posted photos and videos to Google Photos last December – the first step in its broader Data Portability initiative – Facebook is now also facilitating the transfer of your Facebook visual content to Dropbox and Koofr, as it continues to explore new options in this respect. As explained by Facebook: “We’ve long believed that if

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Facebook's Testing a New Way to Help Publishers Maintain Connection with Paying Subscribers

With news organizations looking for more ways to generate revenue from online readers, as the COVID-19 crisis forces more jobs cuts and publication closures across the industry, Facebook is now testing a new option that would enable a publishers’ subscribers to link their Facebook account to the publication, so that they could view the publishers content direct

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Facebook Outlines New System for Detecting Fake Accounts and Misinformation Based on Interactions

Facebook has published an outline of a new system that it’s developed which will help it improve its detection of fake accounts and misinformation, adding to its existing approaches and refining its overall effort in eliminating bad actors from its platforms. But it’s fairly technical – in this post, I’ll provide a simplified overview of Facebook’s new Temporal

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Facebook algorithm found to 'actively promote' Holocaust denial

Similar content is also readily accessible across Twitter, YouTube and Reddit, says UK-based counter-extremist group. Facebook’s algorithm “actively promotes” Holocaust denial content according to an analysis that will increase pressure on the social media giant to remove antisemitic content relating to the Nazi genocide. An investigation by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), a UK-based counter-extremist organisation, found that

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How to edit your avatar on Facebook

Facebook recently introduced a new feature called Avatars that has been all the rage amongst the community. It allows you to create personalized virtual images of yourself that you can then use to express your opinions and emotions online.   Not only this, but you can also customize your Facebook Avatar according to your style and looks which will

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