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Training & Workshops // 2018 Masterclass Schedule

It’s time to get your learn on! Let’s take a look at the hot topics in social media and digital marketing at one of our workshops & masterclasses.

12 Australian PR, marketing and journalism pros to follow on Twitter

We have compiled a list of 12 Australian PR, marketing and journalism pros to follow on Twitter who continuously share relevant industry information to digital marketing and offer expertise advice on how to stay on top of your game.

The iPhone doesn’t fall far from the tree

The iPhone – the beautiful apple tree from the garden of Eden. For many years none could compare; it existed in a league of its own. But lately I’ve noticed the beautiful apple tree we’ve adored for so many years has begun to rot. With Apple recently admitting that its software slows your iPhone down […]

Snapchat’s 2018 makeover – love it or hate it

Snapchat has started 2018 with a bang and is quickly becoming a platform that is a visual magazine combining all walks of digital; personality, celebrity, social sharing and advertising in one.

Facebook Promoted Posts Vs Boosted Posts: What’s The Difference?

If you manage a Facebook page, you’ve no doubt seen that Facebook often tells you to boost your posts to reach more people.

Videos We Love: Things Never Heard in an Office

Collective Noun hit the nail on the head with things we NEVER hear in an office.

Top 10 Global and Australian Twitter Users // December 2017

There was only one position change in the Global top 10, and that was Ronaldo.

Conversations with consumers

Any brand that has a social media presence needs to be responsive to this communication, but sadly they’re often not.

What’s Hot // Our Best Articles from 2017

The thirst for knowledge is definitely there as we look at our most popular stories from 2017 – the majority based around the latest statistics.

Facebook admits it poses mental health risk – but says using site more can help

Company acknowledges ‘passive’ consumption of material can make people ‘feel worse’ but argues more engagement could improve wellbeing

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