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Is Spotify taking over YouTube... How could this affect influencers?

  • Spotify Iphone
  • Youtube Phone
  • Podcast

Youtube has been at the top of the game since it launched back in 2005. The platform completely revolutionized “home videos’ and allowed people the creative freedom to create whatever they wanted and the ability to share it with the world. People purley made videos for fun for the first 4 years up until 2009 when the platform introduced ads. A large majority of Youtubers were making huge sums of money from ads from their videos.


The importance of marketing on Facebook for influencers and brands

  • Facebook Ads
  • Facebook Display
  • Facebook Business

Instagram has grown to be the star of Facebook social media apps. But Facebook still performs well. It might not be the social network of choice for teenagers, but it can still claim dominance of the social market, with over 2.32 billion active users at the end of 2018, with Instagram having 1 billion. Nearly 66% of those Facebook users log in to their Facebook accounts daily, with Facebook claiming 1.52 billion daily active users as at the end of December 2018.


The Shopping Social Media Take Over

  • People On Social Media
  • Instagram Likes
  • Insatgram You
  • Man On Instagram

In the year 2020, it is almost compulsory that every human being manages their own private Instagram account dedicated to showcasing their life. Instagram was released almost a decade ago, back in 2010, and since then it has evolved in ways in which nobody could have predicted. The app is now so much more than just a “Social Media’ platform. Instagram now gives the public a whole playground to explore and be creative in so many different ways.


Should Influencers Join Tik Tok?

  • Tik Tok Star
  • People on Tik Tok
  • Tik Tok Money
  • Tik Tok Loading

Trends come and go all the time, especially in the 21st century, with the likes of the internet and social media blowing topics up instantly worldwide. Trends have now gathered themselves a reputation of lingering around for a few weeks or months and then disappearing off the face of the planet. It seems to be lightning in a bottle for a “trend” to come along and actually stay.