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Every social media app is different and LinkedIn certainly stands out from other platforms like Instagram and TikTok. This is because LinkedIn is primarily known for its networking capabilities thanks to its large user base of industry professionals and organizations....

Another week means another Spark Social Report by Spark Growth! This week’s updates saw Twitter launching a platform integration feature with Snapchat, Reddit acquiring Dubsmash, and more. Scroll to read more social media updates! ...

2020 is (finally) almost over! First off, we’d like you to pat yourself on the back for surviving this year. The digital marketing landscape has transformed quite a bit due to 2020’s events, especially of course due to COVID-19, which made its impact on virtually every industry. So in light of the year’s end, we’ve taken a look at the trends from the past year and put together a list of our top predictions for digital marketing in 2021. ...

Welcome back to another Spark Social Report by Spark Growth! This week, Instagram is testing a countdown timer for Stories, YouTube is updating its harmful content policies, and WhatsApp gets shopping carts. Keep reading for more social media updates....

With so many new and updated features that came out this year, 2021 will be a great time for brands to finally get on Instagram and start connecting with their target audience through paid and organic content. Here are our top three reasons why your business should use Instagram in 2021....

Happy December, readers, and welcome back to another Spark Social Report by Spark Growth! This week, Facebook announced its latest resource hub for businesses, and TikTok and YouTube released their lists of top videos from 2020. Continue reading for more social media updates! ...

In today’s article, we’ll be interviewing Spark Growth’s account manager, Julia Pyo, to give us insight on what paid social media marketing is and why it’s so important for brands to be strategic in their approach. ...

Marketers can and should strategically approach their audiences by understanding which social media platforms and types of content resonate best with certain age groups. This is where “generational marketing” comes in, which is a marketing approach that recognizes generations as archetypes in order to better appeal to them. Currently, differences between the four most relevant generations—Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z—vary vastly, particularly due to the role of the internet and advancing technology in each age group’s life. ...