The 2023 moments that brands need to be part of on Twitter
Twitter publishes an interactive calendar with all events that might be interesting for your content planning on Twitter in 2023 as a brand.
Twitter Updates its User Guideline, needing Creators to #ad-hashtag commercial tweets
"Tweets that are part of a Paid Partnership posted as an organic Tweet will require clear and prominent disclosures indicating the commercial nature of such content. For example, “#ad”, “#paidpartnership”, “#sponsored”."
LinkedIn’s Newsletter Subscribers Quadrupled as Meta, Twitter Axed Products
LinkedIn is the only big social media company that’s sticking with newsletters.
The Digital Report 2023
The Yearly Digital Report for 2023 by We Are Social & Meltwater highlights everything you need to know about social media, internet, mobile and ecommerce trends globally.
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Study: Instagram Reels with Music gain more Attention and Engagement
German study shows also, that Reels with sentimental music have a higher reach, energetic music leads to more interactions
Twitter Works to Update Code Amid Complaints of Reduced Reach and Engagement
Twitter engagement has apparently declined significantly since November - most likely because of its code base, still engineers at Twitter can‘t explain what the problem is
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The Most Visited Websites in the World
Estimates vary, but there are upwards of two billion websites in existence in 2023. Here are the most visited ones according to SimilarWeb.
Tough Times For Twitter As New Study Proves Ad Spending Dropped By 71% In December
A new study has highlighted alarming statistics for Twitter Inc.
Meta Ends Suspension of Donald Trump’s Accounts
Meta will reinstate former President Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts "in coming weeks" following a two-year suspension. The Company said it will also install new guardrails to deter repeat offenses. Read on
Twitter partners with DoubleVerify and IAS on brand safety initiative amid advertiser exits
Amid declining ad revenue and advertiser exits, Twitter announced today that it has teamed up with ad-tech companies DoubleVerify and Integral Ad Science (IAS) to tell advertisers if their ad is placed around inappropriate content.