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Digital 2021: the latest insights into the ‘state of digital’

Half a billion new social media users. 1.3 billion years spent using the internet. Trillions of dollars spent on ecommerce.

If you’re looking for the latest digital insights and social media stats, you’ll find them all in our new Digital 2021 reports series.

Published in partnership between We Are Social and Hootsuite, this year’s reports reveal that connected tech became an even more essential part of people’s lives over the past year, with social media, ecommerce, streaming content, and video games all seeing significant growth in the past 12 months.

Read the full article at: wearesocial.com

 
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Weet: Free video & screen recording tool with collaboration capabilities

Record & share a short video message of your screen, cam or both and let others respond on their own time. Faster than meeting live.

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Video Marketing Support Series – Instagram

Maximise ROI on your video by splitting it into mini edits Video posts on Instagram can be up to 60 seconds long, so one way to get ROI on your video is to plan it with social media in mind. If your video is longer than 60 seconds never fear! Think about natural breaking points in your promo video so that it can divided into mini edits, therefore creating multiple social media posts from one video!

Source - Read More: www.squaredaisy.com

 
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Facebook to Introduce an App for Gaming

Video games are surging in popularity in the pandemic. So Facebook is rolling out an app designed for creating and watching live gameplay.

Source - Read More: www.nytimes.com

 
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Remote work and fallback plans: Why flexibility is key to working from home

As millions of employees in the global workforce start to work remotely — many for the first time — teams are relying more heavily on video conference and virtual meeting software. And while there are dozens of options to choose from, technology can be unpredictable — and with the increased number of users on these platforms, we can anticipate that there will be periods of poor connectivity or limited services.

 

Having video conferencing software in place is only one step towards connecting remotely, and frankly, it isn’t always 100% reliable. With so many more organizations and individuals logging into these services, you need a fallback plan — or two — to keep things moving forward.

 

As millions of employees in the global workforce start to work remotely — many for the first time — teams are relying more heavily on video conference and virtual meeting software. And while there are dozens of options to choose from, technology can be unpredictable — and with the increased number of users on these platforms, we can anticipate that there will be periods of poor connectivity or limited services.

Having video conferencing software in place is only one step towards connecting remotely, and frankly, it isn’t always 100% reliable. With so many more organizations and individuals logging into these services, you need a fallback plan — or two — to keep things moving forward.

Source - Read More: marketingland.com

 
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