Tag: instagram pr

Instagram Kills the Photography Star?

Instagram has long been recognised as the photo sharing app, with users sharing every element of their best lives be it selfies, food, friends and family or holiday pics to make everyone jealous! But as with all things in social media, nothing stays the same for long as companies strive to introduce new features, to keep…
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#GETTOKNOW Amy Cousins

This week we’re getting to know the wonderful Amy Cousins, a fitness, food pr and lifestyle blogger with a love of all things health! When did you first set up your social channels, and what got you started?  My journey into blogging was somewhat of an accident. I lived in London for 2 years, working…
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#GETTOKNOW Lifestyle Influencer Kelly Prince-Wright

This month we’re getting to know the wonderful Kelly Prince-Wright, who covers fashion, travel, and general lifestyle – a “lover of London and consumer of coffee”! Here’s what she has to say: When did you first set up your social channels, and what got you started?  I set up my social channels ages ago! I…
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TIPS FOR DE-SPAMMING & MAXIMISING YOUR HASHTAG USE!

In Instagram’s ongoing bid to be the “authentic” social media platform, the rules around hashtags have recently changed in a bid to rid the popular site of spammy behaviour. From following hashtags to adding them to your Instagram Stories, here are some top tips for brands on how to make sure their hashtag game remains…
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Celebrities To Be More Transparent With Paid Advertising

Over recent years, advertisers have harnessed the power of social media by using celebrities with large followings to endorse products on platforms such as Instagram, a social space that has approximately a billion monthly users. However, celebs from the likes of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Rita Ora have received slapped wrists for failing to declare their…
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WHAT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME?

Last year, in the UK, on average each person spent four hours accessing the internet via a laptop and over 1 hour 45 minutes through a mobile device each day¹. So, if you look around your office or home, you’ll notice that it’s very likely that if someone is on the internet, they may also…
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