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Social Media

Facebook promising changes to put users in control

Facebook has announced a series of changes that will make it easier for users to avoid branded content and commercial posts, with users being given the ability to decide what content they want to see more of.

Nov 18th 2014

by Michael Hewitt

Social Media

The five big changes coming to Twitter

Twitter is making bold moves to appease its investors, with a series of new features being rolled out in the coming months to make the social network more attractive to new users. We take a look at the changes.

Nov 14th 2014

by Michael Hewitt

Social Media

DHL F1 blunder highlights pitfalls of reactive social media posts

DHL has become the latest brand to draw ire from Facebook users with a current events post, after posting photos of Formula One driver Jules Bianchi.

Oct 8th 2014

by Heather Healy

Social Media

Twitter chief hints at algorithm powered feed

Twitter could move to a Facebook-style algorithm powered feed in the future, according to the company’s financial chief Anthony Noto.

Sep 5th 2014

by Michael Hewitt

Social Media

Are Facebook Premium Video Ads worth it?

Facebook Premium Video Ads have come to the UK, but what is the new format and is it worth your while?

Sep 1st 2014

by Heather Healy

Social Media

Greggs shows how humour is a great tool for managing a social media crisis

Bakery chain Greggs found itself at the centre of a social media crisis but its response was perfect.

Aug 19th 2014

by Michael Hewitt

Social Media

The social World Cup: Which brands got it right and who got it wrong?

The World Cup in Brazil broke all records on social media. There was more discussion, more tweets, more comments, videos and shares than any other event in history. But how did the brands fair? Which brands hit the mark, and who got things terribly wrong?

Jul 15th 2014

by Michael Hewitt

Social Media

Financial brands & the fear of social media

Financial brands are crippled with fear over social media and they’re missing out on critical opportunities as a result, argues Stickyeyes’ senior insights consultant Sally Charnley.

May 28th 2014

by Sally Charnley