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Author: Julia Pyo

As with everything digital, the world of digital marketing is constantly evolving. Marketing in today’s day and age is a bit more nuanced than the classic “Mad Men” era, when reading a few books on marketing made you the local expert. But don’t worry. The same digital landscape that enables such rapid change within the marketing industry also affords a plethora of media outlets and content formats to keep you up to date. Digital marketing podcasts, YouTube channels, and blogs are updated constantly to keep you one step ahead of the latest trends and tips. In fact, these online marketing resources can be so abundant that it can be overwhelming to know where to start. ...

It’s Friday, meaning that it’s time for another weekly edition of Spark Bites, your weekly dose of all the latest social media updates! We’ve got great news for businesses this week: Instagram is adding some cool new features for business accounts and, most importantly, Hootsuite is FINALLY letting us schedule posts on Pinterest! Read on to find out more....

It’s Friday, meaning that it’s time for another weekly edition of Spark Bites, your weekly dose of all the latest social media updates! We’ve got great news for businesses this week: Instagram is adding some cool new features for business accounts and, most importantly, Hootsuite is FINALLY letting us schedule posts on Pinterest! Read on to find out more....

Welcome to your weekly dose of social media updates in this jam-packed edition of Spark Bites by Spark Growth! This week, Facebook unleashed a barrage of announcements and updates at their F8 Conference. In this post, you’ll find all the most important announcements Facebook made (Spoiler: they’re trying to take on Tinder!), plus all the other latest social media updates that you missed this week....

Welcome to another edition of Spark Bites, your one-stop shop for weekly social media updates! There were a lot of big updates across the board this week: Snapchat introduced a new way to look silly while having fun, while YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter worked to combat hate speech on their respective platforms. Here are all the details for this week’s social media updates....

It’s Friday! Forget the weekend, Friday means it’s time for another new edition of Spark Bites, your weekly dose of social media news! This week, LinkedIn’s most recent updates make the social networking site seem like it’s having an aggressive midlife crisis. Plus, social networks continue to react to Facebook’s data misuse scandal. Read on to find out more about all the social media updates you missed this week!   Instagram Instagram is great for staying in touch with friends, family… and making us all look way better than we actually do.The photo-sharing app continues to deliver on this aspect with the rollout of its new Focus feature. This feature uses face recognition technology to sharpen the face and blur the background of a picture in order to make a photo look more stylized and professional. It’s a similar effect that the...

Welcome back to your weekly edition of Spark Bites by Spark Growth! We’ve got a lot of updates to social media platforms this past week, particularly from Facebook, who’s still reeling from their recent scandal. This post also has news on a couple huge new features coming to Pinterest and Snapchat, both of which will be particularly relevant to users who have friends! Hopefully that’s all of you! Without further ado, here is this week’s most important social media news: Pinterest Pinterest just became the hero of a lot of social media fans. The company is introducing a new feed which only shows pins from the people and boards you’ve chosen to follow and—get this—in CHRONOLOGICAL order. Whaat. They will still be keeping the algorithm-based feed as it is, but the new feed will be available in a separate tab called...

As promised, Spark Bites is back this week with some updates on how Facebook is handling the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica mess, on top of our usual social media news and updates of course! Read on to find out what’s been going on in the social network world this past week:   Pinterest Pinterest is expanding its visual discovery feature “Shop the Look” with the help of Home Depot. Shop the Look allows users to simply tap the white circle on a pin to see similar, shoppable items. Home Depot is helping Pinterest identify the products in the pins to help improve Shop the Look. Basically, instead of the user having to google “rectangle platform four sticks coming out of it,” Home Depot will just tell Pinterest to tell us that that is a desk. The future is wonderful.   Facebook Last month,...