The news came from a short video published on Twitter (sic) on June 30. Adam Mosseri, who has been in charge of Instagram since the co-founders left the app, in conflict with the management of Facebook, his parent company, reveals the major topics of the moment.
For almost a year and a half now, the various players in the world of marketing and communications must be more resilient than ever. In addition to the usual changes that are transforming their industry, they have to deal with the even less predictable effects of the pandemic. In this month of July, here are some events that marked the beginning of 2021.
On June 15, CBC announced that it was taking away the opportunity to comment on its Facebook posts. What led to this decision, what impact will it have and how many media outlets will decide to do the same?
Google has just announced the experimentation of a new feature to reintegrate the reading of RSS feeds to its search engine and so, less than a decade after being banned! We took stock of the situation.
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Here are the highlights of the lastest Content Marketing Trend Study 2021 recently published by Statista.
The new Axios site: the TikTok application is currently developing a job posting platform for employers.
Cybersecurity researcher Bertrand Milot gave presentation on the state of cyber-piracy in Canada and around the world at the “Information Security in COVID Times” conference by Les Affaires.
For efficiency, community managers like to be able to schedule their postings in advance. The question then arises is to know at what time of day to program them?
Each year, the probe of the very serious Pew Research Center on the use of social media gives a particularly revealing overview of the major trends in the this field.