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Another week, another Spark Social Report by Spark Growth! This week, Instagram brings product tagging to all accounts, YouTube announced several new live stream features and Twitter added new tools for Communities, Spaces, and GIFs. Keep scrolling to catch up on all the updates from the rest of social media! ...

While some marketers and users may think that Facebook has declined in popularity or usage over the years, you might be surprised to hear that it’s still a popular and useful platform. Facebook has the highest global user base of all social media platforms, at 2.7 billion monthly active users as of 2020! Businesses can use Facebook to reach large audiences, generate revenue, build brand awareness, and much more. ...

Twitter is one of the longstanding O.G.s of social media, known for its short-form posts and for being the original platform for hashtags. However, Twitter isn’t just limited to individual users: brands can use Twitter to engage with their customers and prospects, build brand awareness by accessing a global network of 330 million users, and boost conversions through the platform’s ad options. ...

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....

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. ...

Having been involved in social media marketing since the early days, when brands first began to use the various platforms to grow brand awareness and engage with customers, we’ve seen a lot of change. From increased considerations for brands to shifts in who uses which platforms and how, to new (and obsolete) features and changes to the value of both paid and organic content, social platforms are in constant flux and marketers must have their finger on the pulse to keep their tactics and strategies relevant.   Facebook’s Cliff-Drop Decline Back in 2010, Facebook launched the ability for users to become a ‘Fan’ of a brand Facebook Page and the ability for brands to run contests and create specialized ‘tabs’ and apps through the platform. Later that same year they launched Storefronts and Ads. Facebook essentially served as a mini webpage, allowing...