It has been said — and written — many times that social media fuel narcissism.
Many studies indeed tend to prove that the number of cases of self-obsession has rocketed over the past decade, just as social media have become a part of our daily lives.
Does it automatically mean that social media amplify narcissism?
Today is Memorial Day in the United States and we wish a happy holiday to all our American readers.
If you live outside the US and this morning is a regular Monday morning, we’ve got something for you.
Just because Canva & Pablo are great tools to create awesome social media content doesn’t mean there is no room for another great player!
Introducing Spark, Adobe wants to make the process of creating social graphics, web stories and animated videos a matter of minutes rather than hours.
It’s been hard to miss the big news lately: Twitter is changing the rules of what counts as a character against the 140 characters allowed in a tweet.
Since our first major update — and before our next important one in the next few weeks — we have been working consistently at improving Loomly based on your feedback.
This is such a cool tip that we should call it a hack!
When a Facebook user likes — or reacts to — a post on our page, we can manually invite him or her to like this page.
Facebook daily post frequency increased by 36% in 2015, according to a significant study led by Quintly, whose team analyzed more than 180,000 brand pages between January and December of last year.
Yesterday, Facebook rolled out an interactive map that allows us to discover Facebook Live videos streaming in real-time:
You already know how to make GIFs more awesome with Giphy’s GIF Editor: now, you can create GIFs from anything with Giphy Capture.
According to Tom Fishburne, A.K.A. Marketoonist, “cartoons are some of the most social media out there.”
As a career marketer and a cartoonist, it was only logical for Tom to end up releasing weekly cartoons, spoofing the world of marketing.