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New Instagram 2021 updates and what it means for your business?

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With over 1.2 billion MAUs (monthly active users). With a platform this popular comes a lot of responsibility. Without a doubt, Instagram has to be on their A-game to keep up with the latest social media trends, match and go above what their competitors are currently doing and what they’re providing for their audiences with, all whilst continuing to reel in new users daily. Sounds easy right?


Expectations vs Reality

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When it comes to building a brand or business online it’s especially important to be realistic about what your goals are and what timeframe you’re going to give yourself to achieve those goals. Is what you’re hoping to accomplish feasible in the time you’ve given yourself to do so?


Are Tv & radio officially on their way out?

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Over the last decade the world has watched online platforms slowly but surely completely take over. 15 years ago Live television and radio were at the forefront of entertainment, if you wanted to watch anything or gain any relevant information they would be the places you would go. However, things have changed dramatically over the 2010s to the point now in the year 2020 the future of radio and television does not look bright. 6 out of 10 people prefer online platforms to television.


How Powah thinks Social Media will change after lockdown

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Without a doubt, there will be a huge number of changes to life as we know it after lockdown is officially over. People have been starved of normal everyday things that they may have taken for granted pre lockdown. People have naturally turned to social media more because of the inability to do other things in which they enjoy. Will people use social media less after lockdown? Or will they use it more