The new WhatsApp digital payments service, photos of all the Monopoly landmarks and a bunny born with no ears. It can only be My Five time. Happy Friday everyone!
When sponsored content becomes editorial coordination and social media advertising becomes transparent, plus; a cat in a box – what a week.
Google highlights key consumer trends during COVID-19, Facebook and Instagram reveal new features, and a cat with some serious tekkers all in this week’s My Five.
Gone are the days of working with the biggest influencers around. We take a look at why micro influencers are the future of influencer marketing.
Social media is a fast-paced, ever-evolving world, which makes it hard for marketers to stay up to date. Here are 25 key statistics social media marketers need to know in 2020.
Five things worth sharing from the last week or so, brought to you by a different member of the Browser Media team every Friday.
Google’s BERT is your second of two buses, LinkedIn and Instagram make changes, and we find out what the most popular Hallowe’en costumes will be this year.
We take a look at the new Instagram account specifically aimed at influencers, and what differentiates it from a business account.
Long-form Instagram captions seem to be a growing craze amongst high profile users. We unpick the possible reasons behind this new phenomenon.
Marketing wins, and marketing fails, but also a shake up to search that’s got SEOs’ tongues wagging. It’s all in this week’s digital marketing run down.
It’s a filthy My Five this week. Google is playing dirty, M&S is told to clean up its language, and Pornhub launches a campaign to stop plastic waste.
As Instagram expands its trial of hidden Likes, we take a look at how the update could affect businesses and their social media marketing strategy.