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When it comes to data protection and the fear potential customers might have about their data, Julien Lesaicherre, director – global head of sales at Workplace by Facebook ensures that this platform and Facebook are separate companies.  He said the business isn’t a social media platform per se and has

Globally, advertisers will spend more on social media platforms than print for the first time this year, according to forecasts from Zenith, which is predicting a surge in the social channel.  Overall ad spend growth rates are slowing, however, particularly in Australia, and Zenith has downgraded its forecasts from earlier

The AMAA announced the establishment of a new industry council for the Australian influencer marketing community under the banner of AIMCo (Australian Influencer Marketing Council) to support the channel. The new council provides a platform for companies working in the influencer marketing channel to work within a collaborative forum to

Fivecast, an open-source data analytics company, has secured a $4 million investment round from Main Sequence Ventures’ CSIRO Innovation Fund and the South Australian Venture Capital Fund (SAVCF). This round will drive international expansion and product growth for the company’s key product line, Fivecast Insight.  Fivecast Insight uses machine learning

Social media has a valuable role to play in improving service design for government departments and agencies, as well as in social media monitoring for reputation management and crisis management. Its benefits are described in a paper by KINSHIP Digital called How to Deliver the Three Primary Use Cases of

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Despite all the privacy and data controversies surrounding Facebook in the past year it is still the most widely used social media site in Australia, according to new Roy Morgan research. At the beginning of 2019, Facebook had more than 17.1 million users visiting the site in a four week

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The statement ‘millennials do not trust advertisers’ is lazy and incorrect according to a number of industry professionals who spoke at the Zenith Marketing to Millennials event last week. The panel, hosted by Zenith CEO, Nickie Scriven, featured speakers Kim Portrate, CEO of ThinkTV; Carolyn Bollaci, head of agency at

Facebook plans to make its platform more privacy-focused, built around several principles core to the way WhatsApp has been developed, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg. During the F8 conference in San Jose earlier this week the CEO opened the event saying the company will focus on the most fundamental and

I generally hate blog posts and articles that suggest there is a single trick, hack or tip that can change your world. (I swear if I see one more headline promising the one habit that can turn me into Jeff Bezos or Warren Buffet, my head will explode.) But, there

The federal government passed its controversial social media laws this afternoon through its Sharing of Violent and Abhorrent Media Bill. The new laws establish unprecedented criminal penalties for internet companies and their executives if platforms fail to quickly remove abhorrent content. The laws are part of the political response to