When a fan leaves an offensive comment on our Facebook page, we can “hide” it manually: the author of the comment and his / her friends will still see the comment, but not the rest of our community.
While this is a great
reactive measure to maintain a healthy atmosphere on our Facebook page, we can also take advantage of a more proactive approach.
Indeed, Facebook allows us to
ban words from a page: when such words appear in comments — or even posts — those are automatically hidden.
Did you know? Studies have shown that adult cats meow when talking to humans, not to each other.
In an effort to give cats a voice,
The Temptation Labs created Catterbox: the world’s first talking cat collar.
Snapchat daily video views now exceed 10 billion — yes, billion with a “B” — according to Bloomberg:
More than a third of Snapchat’s daily users create “Stories,” broadcasting photos and videos from their lives that last 24 hours.
Important notice: before anything else, please note that Loomly is neither endorsing nor affiliated with any political party or candidate in the 2016 Presidential Election.
That being said, we have always been fascinated with the idea of analyzing a major society event through the eyes of social media.
When you want to announce a new partnership, promote an integration feature or share a prestigious press release, using third-party vector logos is a great way to make a visual statement.
Instant Logo Search brings you the vector logos of popular brands, both in SVG and PNG format.
It’s no secret that
TWTR is going through a rough time in Wall Street, Twitter stock price averaging record lows since Q1 2016 results report was issued.
We may not always know why, but some effects simply do a terrific job at turning regular assets into incredibly funny pieces of content.
Yes: face swaps, gifs, loops and lip sync all belong to this league.
A new mobile app,
Epicgram, now allows us to combine slow motion with classical music to transform any video into an impressive masterpiece.
You probably already have a list of your favorite social media blogs — and we hope
Loomly Toolkit is part of it 😉
But how many podcasts about social media are you actively following?
We would like to recommend one our team enjoys a lot:
4,8% of Americans use Pinterest at work or during work hours, according to Expanded Ramblings.
studies have shown that plenty of people access Facebook during working hours.
Would you like to 10x your productivity?
There is a very simple way to do it:
Ivy Lee was famously paid $25,000 (that’s over $100,000 in today’s money) by steel magnate Charles Schwab for this dangerously simple 4-minute productivity hack, saying it was the most profitable advice he had ever received.