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NEW Instagram Tools for Business

In December, Instagram made several new additions to its platform with businesses in mind. The launch is part of efforts to grow its business toolkit as Instagram increasingly becomes the leading platform for advertising online. "Millions of businesses big and small, use Instagram to connect with people, build lasting relationships and grow their communities. As connections grow, so does the need for a broader set of professional tools. With this in mind, we’ve recently launched new features to help businesses better understand their community and better-control their presence on Instagram," announced Instagram. The updates are focused on measuring the effectiveness of your posts and controlling who has access to your account. Updates also allow improved control of your inbox and...

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Instagram Adds Features to Prevent Online Bullying

Online bullying is real and can be traumatic for its victims. But it’s not just a problem for social interactions; many businesses suffer online bullying, often from unhappy customers or competitors.  Competitors are often the first people businesses blame when they receive negative reviews or comments online. The struggle is also real. Some businesses do recruit customers to post negative reviews, ratings and comments in an effort to sink their competition.  The pain business owners feel is also often compounded by the sometimes difficult challenges they experience when attempting to delete the reviews from their accounts. The plain enormity of businesses who are all contacting Google, Facebook and Instagram on a daily basis makes businesses frustrated by waiting in line...

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Launch Your IGTV Channel

  Back on Valentines Day, February 14, 2005, when YouTube launched in San Mateo, California, only a select group foresaw that the site would become such a cultural phenomenon. Closing in on its 15th Anniversary, YouTube has upturned 80 years of television and radio history in less than two decades. Newer generations no longer feel like passive viewers to television's dominance. Instead, they start creating at a very young age on their own YouTube channels. Competition is growing stiffer now for more established broadcasts. Even the Oscars have seen a decline in viewership over the period, and younger generations are questioning Hollywood's relevance. In a world where anonymous teenagers might shoot a low or no budget film on their iPhones that gets over a...

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