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15 04, 2016

Snapchat… What you need to know

By |April 15th, 2016|Other|

Snapchat has been around for 5 years now, however in the past 12 months, usage has increased by an astounding 46% in Australia.
Unlike other social media platforms, Snapchat is about real-time, unedited content and taps into the engaging power of ‘living and sharing in the moment.’
We’ve been inspired by Snapchat’s recent collaboration with Burberry, which marked […]

14 04, 2016

A Kwick 5 Point Update

By |April 14th, 2016|Other|

Facebook Messenger Bots are here!

No stranger to our updates, Facebook Messenger makes a series of appearances in our latest round up of news.

Firstly, and arguably the biggest announcement, is that Facebook has announced a new bot store within Messenger that will enable all businesses to build their own chat bots – automated response tools […]

1 04, 2016

A Kwick 5 Point Update

By |April 1st, 2016|Other|

Snapchat combines video, audio, GIFs, stickers in “Chat 2.0”

A new Snapchat update is here and it’s big. With a host of new features you can now view Snapchat stories one after the other via an autoplay feature, more than 200 stickers are now available in private chat, video notes let you record and send […]

18 03, 2016

A Kwick Update

By |March 18th, 2016|Social Media, Technology, Content Creation, Advertising|

Instagram is switching its feed from chronological to best posts first

The average Instagram user misses 70% of what’s in their feed, with that in mind, Instagram has announced it will start rearranging the order of posts. This will move away from the current reverse chronological order towards the same format as Facebook, and, more […]

2 03, 2016

A Kwick 5 Point Update

By |March 2nd, 2016|Other, Social Media, Technology, Content Creation, Advertising, Media Relations|

Facebook’s like button has some new friends

Facebook’s emoji Reactions are here! Forget about just liking content, now you can choose to interact with the following reactions: like, love, haha, yay, wow, sad, angry. This move is a bid to increase engagement, and ultimately make your newsfeed and ads more personalised.

For brands it’s positive, inspiring […]