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TikTok Fashion 101: These Are the Viral Style Trends We’re Seeing All Over the App

Here's what all your favorite TikTok stars are wearing to get millions of views.
Tags: College, Social Media, Fashion Tips

Traditional media: A block against deadly pathogens and people

Several polls since the start of the pandemic show a majority of people checking the news several times a day and turning to trusted news sources and state broadcasters rather than social media The post Traditional media: A block against deadly pathogens and people appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Ebola, Opinion, Social Media, Article, The New York Times, Donald Trump, The Washington Post, Traditional Media, Coronavirus, Coronavirus outbreak, coronavirus South Africa, Corona Lead

‘I Refuse to Be Repentant’: The Woman Challenging Uganda’s Ruler

Stella Nyanzi mixes profanity and bawdy humor with razor-sharp political insights to criticize the country’s autocratic president.
Tags: News, Social Media, Uganda, Demonstrations, Stella, Museveni, Politics And Government, Protests and Riots, Homosexuality and Bisexuality, Stella Nyanzi, Dating and Relationships, Nyanzi, Yoweri, Kampala (Uganda

Is it ethical to do a digital detox during the coronavirus pandemic?

Do we have a moral responsibility to ourselves, or information?
Tags: Opinion, Trends, Social Media, Web, Digital Detox, Coronavirus

Twitter removes 20,000 accounts linked to Saudi, Serbia, Honduras, Indonesia governments

Twitter has deleted 20,000 fake accounts linked to the governments of Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Honduras and Indonesia, saying that they violated company policy and were a “targeted attempt to undermine the public conversation”. Twitter’s head of site integrity Yoel Roth said the operation was part of Twitter’s ongoing work to “detect and investigate state-backed information […] ...
Tags: Travel, Twitter, News, Indonesia, Social Media, Misinformation, Fake News, Yoel Roth, Serbia Saudi Arabia Egypt Honduras, Saudi Serbia Honduras Indonesia

Agent Icon makes social media imagery a no-brainer

The on-demand marketing content provider debuted at Startup Alley two years ago, and at ICNY20, it revealed its newest feature, a slick, text-based social media content service that delivers, usually in minutes.
Tags: Opinion, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Startup Alley, Instagram Marketing, Brokerage, Select, PROPtech, Tech Reviews, Listing Marketing, Icny20

Children Are Hunting Teddy Bears During the Coronavirus Outbreak

See that stuffed animal in the window? It’s part of a game meant to entertain children (and adults) during a prolonged period of lockdowns and social distancing. How many can you spot?
Tags: Toys, Games, News, Social Media, Iowa, New Zealand, Bears, Michael, Rosen, Children and Childhood, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

Snap Safe: our answer to the UN’s ‘Call to Creatives’

A week ago, the United Nations put out an international ‘Call to Creatives’ to help communicate six key messages to the world’s population – one of which was the importance of physical distancing in helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But rather than just telling people how to act, we really wanted to bring the issue of physical distancing to life and enable people to put it into practice in real-time. So, we gathered our creative team in London and put our heads together and, as a resul...
Tags: London, News, Social Media, Seo, Snapchat, United Nations, Un, Lens, Snapchat AR Lens, AR Lens, Gareth Leeding, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Snap Safe, Snap Safe Lens

You can now download Facebook’s Messenger app to your desktop

Text, voice, and video chat for free outside of the platform’s website
Tags: Facebook, Messenger, News, Trends, Social Media, Web, Desktop App

Social media interest is spiking worldwide — except for LinkedIn

As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the world, more and more governments are imposing lockdowns on their citizens. As a result, reliance on digital tools has increased significantly to maintain social and professional relationships. Notably, usage of video conferencing app Zoom has spiked, and not just for professional purposes. But what about the social media tools we were already using to connect with people on a daily basis? How has their popularity changed so far in these trying times? To giv...
Tags: Startups, Social Media, Linkedin, Coronavirus

In Lockdown: The show must go on

The world is changing in significant ways and marketers need to understand and navigate the new landscape. In our In Lockdown series, our Research & Insight teams from around the world delve into different sectors and trends, and share their learnings. Here, Insights Analyst Oriol Fernandez examines shifts in the entertainment industry. Only one year ago, Captain Marvel was about to become the first movie to break the $1B dollars barrier at the cinema. Avengers: Endgame became the top grossing m...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Spotify, UK, Hollywood, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Entertainment, France, China, Disney, Social Media, Seo, Spain

Pay to Play, Or Play Around, It’s Up to the Social Media Director

Social media is so great—legions of new customers can find you on The TweetFaceTube and just like that, you are in business! I am sorry. I misled you. The above lede should have read: Wake up—your social media followers are not customers and a great many of them are not your prospects, much less qualified […] The post Pay to Play, Or Play Around, It’s Up to the Social Media Director appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Social Media

Lincoln Center at Home offers the most amazing art classes and concerts for kids. Free! From home!

Even those of us who are seasoned homeschoolers are feeling a little frazzled about how to fill our kids’ long, uninterrupted days at home right now. But I’ve loved the way our artist community has come out to support our kids and families in so many ways — drawing classes, book read-alongs, and impromptu concerts […]
Tags: Music, Diy, Shopping, Social Media, Lincoln Center, Crafts For Kids, Family Entertainment, Entertainment + Media, Educational Kids' Activities, Websites For Kids, Art For Kids, Homeschooling Tools

No longer business as usual – how can brands weather the Corona crisis?

As the UK closes its third week of the Coronavirus crisis, I am still getting used to the short commute...
Tags: UK, Media, Social Media, Seo, Crisis Management, Online Crisis Management, Coronavirus, Covid19, PR Crisis Management

A Feature on Zoom Secretly Displayed Data From People’s LinkedIn Profiles

After an inquiry from Times reporters, Zoom said it would disable a data-mining feature that could be used to snoop on participants during meetings without their knowledge.
Tags: News, Privacy, Social Media, Surveillance, Times, Computer Security, Zoom, Mobile Applications, LinkedIn Corporation, Cyberattacks and Hackers, Data-Mining and Database Marketing, Zoom Video Communications, Videophones and Videoconferencing, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Eric S. Yuan

Google to shut down Neigbourly, its local Q&A app for India

Google is shutting down Neighbourly, an app it released in 2018 in India to help neighbours ask Q&As about — wait for it — their neighbourhood. This was first reported by TechCrunch. The app helped people find facilities in their locality: you ask a question, it goes around to people living around you (since you share your […] ...
Tags: Travel, Google, News, India, Social Media

Crow for them, Pai for us: American Internet policies outpace Europe’s in the crisis

As demand for videoconferencing and other online services soars in the pandemic emergency, European policymakers “are now eating crow and entreating video platforms to downgrade the quality of their streams, an about face from the regulatory dogma that ‘all data is equal'” You mean net neutrality wasn’t all it was cracked up to be? On dubious European concepts of data privacy, meanwhile: “The GDPR’s forced data minimization has dulled the effectiveness and granularity of data from mobile apps, d...
Tags: Europe, Privacy, Law, Singapore, Uncategorized, Social Media, Telecommunications, Federal Communications Commission, Pai, Stewart Baker, Crow, Roslyn Layton AEI, Alec Stapp, COVID, COVID-19 virus

YouTube to launch short video app ‘Shorts’ to compete with TikTok: Report

After Facebook Lasso and Instagram Reels, YouTube is now working on its own short-form, user-generated video app — Shorts — to take on the massive phenomenon that is TikTok. The app will release by the end of year and users will be able to upload short-form videos into a feed within the YouTube app, the […] ...
Tags: Travel, News, Youtube, Social Media, Tiktok, Facebook Lasso, YouTube Shorts, Instagram Reels YouTube

YouTube set to take on TikTok with a new feature called Shorts

But will it be enough to throw TikTok off balance?
Tags: News, Youtube, Trends, Social Media, Tiktok

COVID-19 and Ski Resorts (III). Riding Uncharted Mountains

"A crisis can bring out the best - and worst - in a person, a country, or an organization", Terry O'Reilly COVID-19 is the most significant crisis of our lifetime. We are on the way to the hardest social and economic crisis we have ever experienced after World War II, a case only then comparable to that of the post-war period. Taking into account the introduction of travel restrictions across the world due to the COVID-19, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) expects that international touris...
Tags: US, Social Media, Sport, Skiing, Ski Resorts, Travelers, World Tourism Organization UNWTO, Ski Paradise, Terry O Reilly, Ski Resorts Marketing, Ski Resorts Management, Gregg Blanchard, COVID-19

How to view Instagram Stories on your computer

Here's how to feed your Instagram Stories addiction on your computer, and a few things to remember as you do.
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, How-to, Computing, Instagram Stories

Why Creating Systems, Not Goals, Is Key to Luxury Real Estate Success

Why does it seem like the most successful luxury real estate agents have more hours in the day than the rest of us? There are many paths to luxury real estate success, but all paths are paved with reliable systems. We’re constantly told that setting goals is the ultimate key to getting ahead, but something we don’t discuss enough is that pursuing those goals without any systems in place is not only exhausting, but often leads to failure. At the very least, it can lead to the inevitable burnout a...
Tags: News, Marketing, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Radio, Canada, Luxury, North America, Broker, Latest News, Luxury Real Estate, Institute, Colibri, Real Estate Marketing, Content Generation, Institute for Luxury Home Marketing

Why a Pandemic Is Bringing Out Our Best Online

Welcome to On Tech, a daily newsletter on how technology is changing all of our lives — for better or worse.
Tags: News, Social Media, Instacart, Boredom, Computers and the Internet, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

YTMND is back online with new memes to distract us all

The legendary meme site rises from the dead
Tags: News, Trends, Social Media, Memes, Nostalgia, Internet Memes, Ytmnd, You're The Man Now Dog

Cyberbullying against Asian people skyrockets 900% in wake of pandemic

Traffic on hate sites and searches for racist hashtags have also shot up
Tags: News, Trends, Social Media, Cyberbullying, Hate Speech, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Hate Sites

Cyberbullying against Asian people skyrockets 900%

Traffic on hate sites and searches for racist hashtags have also shot up
Tags: News, Trends, Social Media, Cyberbullying, Hate Speech, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Hate Sites