Facebook and Instagram have updated their music-related capabilities in Brazil. To date, the social media platforms have optimized their music functions for users in more than 40 countries, with Brazil being the latest to receive the enhancements. Braz… Continue Reading
With Stories disappearing after 24 hours, they become your chance to experiment with different creative content.
While hashtags remain a key part of Instagram, the rules of when and how to use them have shifted over the last couple years, and former best practices have fallen out of vogue. Here we look at what new data can tell us about the most effective and smart ways… Continue Reading
After public outrage over an aggressive ban surrounding the Houses of the Holy album artwork, Facebook has reversed their decision. The company even promised to restore the previously deleted posts. A spokesperson for Facebook addressed the issue after… Continue Reading
Both YouTube and Facebook have made it an option for those uploading videos to "premier" their content, allowing you and your fans to experience the video together as one big happy family. In this piece, Brian Hazard of the project Color Theory offers his data from a side by side… Continue Reading
We can all agree that a picture in front of the Parthenon is a fair game, but that post-workout flex? Maybe not.
Libra cryptocurrency would enable fans "to pay artists directly," according to Spotify CEO Daniel Ek. Earlier this week, Spotify became a founding partner in the Facebook led Libra global cryptocurrency initiative. A primary goal of Libra is to bring digital transactions to the hundreds of millions who do not have… Continue Reading
Facebook has unveiled the details for Libra, its new global cryptocurrency. The social network is launching the currency, similar to Bitcoin, with partners like Spotify, Paypal, Uber, Visa and Mastercard, among others. However, since Facebook is currently under federal scrutiny for its privacy practices and the subject of a new… Continue Reading
Facebook has banned Led Zeppelin’s 1973 album, Houses of the Holy, because the album cover features nudity. The social media company has come under fire recently for the lax enforcement of its terms of service. After hiring 4,500 moderators to help pol… Continue Reading
Once a platform focused exclusively on images, Instagram is embracing their expansion into the musical real with a recent update allowing users to easily add lyrics to their stories. _______________________ Guest post by Randi Zimmerman from the Symphonic Blog Instagram was once an app once based solely on imagery. Now,… Continue Reading