WhatsApp is limiting the number of times a message can be forwarded on in a bid to combat the spread of fake news.
Images (69%) are the most popular content type that people post on social media, followed by life updates/announcements (47%) and videos (46%), according to new US-based research.
HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company has launched a new ad campaign featuring music and web stars.
Payment provider and bank, Klarna, has collaborated with rapper and global pop culture icon, Snoop Dogg, to bring Klarna’s concept of “smoooth” to the next level.
YouTube has released its overall 2018 EMEA ads leaderboard, with an ad for a German property search website beating Nike and John Lewis for most engagement this year.
After six consecutive years of growth, UK marketing budgets have finally stalled in the final quarter of 2018, according the latest IPA Bellwether report.
Job seekers rely on a mix of digital platforms and traditional methods to find their next job, a new survey finds.
Pepsi has launched a new global tagline, ‘For The Love Of It’, as the FMCG giant brings the focus of its marketing back to the product.
Twitter is launching new tools designed to encourage healthy debate the platform, including an ‘Ice Breaker’ function, as the social network looks to tackle abuse on the platform.
Only 1 in 10 have accounted for all of their online assets, and nearly half (47%) haven’t accounted for any at all, according to new research.
2018 was another big year for digital marketing, with the rise of voice search, AI going mainstream and Walmart buying FlipKart. This was the year that Spotify went public, Huawei overtook iPhone and a video game sparked a dance craze. In this special report, we’ve identified 17 of the biggest trends of the year.
ANNA Money created a debit card linked to an app that miaows when you spend money, designed to help business owners keep on top of their spending.
Monsoon is experiencing an increase in website dwell time following the launch of shoppable social technology on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
WhatsApp has launched a pay-to-use tools for businesses to communicate with their customers, as the chat app also plans to run ads on the platform later this year.
Disproving sceptics predicting a doomsday scenario for Facebook has seen a 19% increase in ad spend on its core platform and Instagram quarter-over-quarter and a 48% increase year-over-year, according to new research.
There’s a “privacy paradox” surrounding data collection for profit, where data needs to be used to enrich people’s experiences without betraying their trust, according to the annual report from digital guru Mary Meeker.
Facebook unveiled a raft of new features during its annual F8 conference this week, including a dating service and its standalone VR device going on sale, but the conference was overshadowed by continuing controversies at the company.
WhatsApp is banning under-16s from using its platform in the European Union, as the Facebook-owned messaging service looks to comply with upcoming new data privacy rules.
WhatsApp has got a new tool that lets users recover media that they had previously deleted, including pictures, GIFs, documents or voice messages, but only for Android users.