As you scroll through your Facebook newsfeed videos now will automatically play with full sound.
Facebook’s aim is to capitalise on the social media advertising trend and offer users the chance to grab attention in yet another way. Continue reading “Pump up the volume! Facebook video now autoplays sound”
Winter 2017 brought the much anticipated MAC collaboration with Mariah Carey. Her diva touches to the brand ensured that it sold out in record time. But, Santa must of been listening as the ‘This is my night’ MAC eye-liner sparkled and glittered its way into my life from under the Christmas tree. Continue reading “‘This is my night’ eyeliner review from the MAC and Mariah Carey collaboration”
Has a mate said this yet? Did someone mutter it in the office? It’s on the rise and we’re only just getting 2017 started.
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It would be great to start February by discovering some new blogs and making some new connections. If you are looking for some new reading too, this could be the post for you! Let’s get connected by sharing blog details in the comments section of this post.
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The ability to watch a video while you scroll through your newsfeed or navigating around the app has been available on Facebook for over a year.
I’ve been using the floating video function on You Tube for a long time but I didn’t know a similar feature was available on Facebook.
If you don’t know how to use this feature read this guide which tells you how.
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Facebook has recently responded to the surge of fake news circulating on its pages. The algorithms that populate the platform have been changed to downgrade false news and clickbait. Continue reading “Facebook downgrades fake news”
The past few months have provided a wealth of new wonderful foodie discoveries on Instagram. Get ahead of the curve with these three food accounts that are on the rise.
Continue reading “Food inspo on Instagram”