Tag: content

Instagram is now a proper eCommerce platform with 25 million brand accounts and 80% of users following them. And against all ambitious goals to make leads, conversions and boost sales, content seems like something very casual. Each day, everyone hears about the importance of content, but not many marketers and entrepreneurs take the relevance of […]

Instagram has posted an article describing the behind-the-scenes machinery that fills the Explore tab in Instagram with new, interesting stuff every time you open it. It’s a bit technical, so here are five takeaways. Even Instagram and Facebook have limited resources Unlike the feed, which some still would prefer was simply chronological, the Explore tab […]

The significant benefits of using a CMS are that such software is often user-friendly. These programs enable users to translate their ideas to practicality quickly. The maintenance and updates are regular and easy to handle. It is highly cost-efficient with out-of-box solutions, freeware or open-source. There is a broad scope for functionality using a large […]

Image search engine Giphy bills itself as providing “fun and safe way” to search and create animated GIFs. But despite its ban on illicit content, the site is littered with self-harm and child sex abuse imagery, TechCrunch has learned. A new report from Israeli online child protection startup L1ght — previously AntiToxin Technologies — has […]

How high is the content engagement on your website? One of the hardest tasks in content marketing and blogging is to keep your readers engaged when reading your content. No comments. No shares. High bounce rate. Low dwell time. These are just a few of the effects when you fail to keep your website visitors […]

Instagram has expanded a ban on graphical self-harm imagery to include a broader range of content depicting suicide, including fictional illustrations of self-harm and suicide methods such as drawings, cartoons and memes. “This past month, we further expanded our policies to prohibit more types of self-harm and suicide content. We will no longer allow fictional […]

We feel exhilarated when we receive a good response to our social media posts. It boosts our confidence. We know we are doing the right thing on social media. What makes lots of “likes and comments” on a post a thrilling experience is their unpredictability, as not every content format receives the same level of […]

As TikTok continues its rapid U.S. growth, the company is being challenged to better explain its content moderation choices. Why, for example, is the short-form video app censoring the Hong Kong protests but not U.S. political content? Why is it banning political ads, but supports hashtags like #trump2020 and #maga, each with millions, or even […]

There’s a whole lot of amazing content being generated each minute on different platforms. Here are some mind-boggling facts: Instagram users publish 46,740 posts per minute. Google conducts 3,607,080 searches per minute. Twitter users send 456,000 tweets per minute. Yes, content is essential. Google loves quality content. Your visitors love content. But it simply makes […]

Facebook plans to challenge Europe’s top court, which today ruled that EU countries can order Facebook to globally remove content that violates local laws. Facebook currently complies with proper legal requests to remove content that breaks a nation’s laws, but can leave it up for global viewers if the post doesn’t violate its Community Standards. […]