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It's nearly that time of year again.
Time for John Lewis to make us cry Yuletide tears of sentimentality (and get the urge to panic-buy a few gifts).
Instagram is no longer just a place for celebrity selfies and FOMO-inducing travel snaps.
Now with 500m monthly active users, it offers an unbeatable marketing opportunity for brands of all kinds.
Last week, one of Facebook's ad targeting options became a topic of controversy.
It all started with an article bearing the headline, Facebook Lets Advertisers Exclude Users by Race.
Facebook-owned Instagram is home to many brands, and is particularly popular among industries that lend themselves to stunning photography, like fashion.
But brands in industries that aren't as photogenic can find success on Instagram.
Case in point: The Financial Times (FT).
A study on the most-loved brands in the UK has revealed that Netflix is the nation's number one.
Beating the likes of Google, Apple and Samsung, the entertainment streaming service came out on top in the Love Index – a scoring system based on five separate characteristics.
Although it is nearly seven years since Time Magazine observed that Facebook was ‘the site that ate the internet’, in the intervening years the social network has only increased its influence in the digital space and beyond.
On Friday, the new series of Black Mirror hit Netflix, and with social media and virtual reality gaming the topics of the first two episodes, I’m trying to count it as ‘important work-related viewing’.
With Facebook Messenger now able to accept payments through chatbots, a new era of ecommerce is here.
The new functionality lets retailers accept payments directly, right there within a Messenger conversation with a user.
This week's tinder box of digital news has included Shakespeare, Slack, AI (as usual), Vine, a humongous acquisition and Donald Trump (as usual).
Why not read it while eating some seasonally-appropriate porridge with a topping of your choice?
If you’re one of those people that claims they don’t really use Facebook - you might be doing it more than you realise.
Halloween isn't even over, but many online retailers just can’t wait to get going with their Christmas marketing campaigns.
Some are so impatient, they’ve already gone into full on festive-mode.