OMD FWD – 1st August 2019 🏏

As we mentioned last week, Instagram are alleviating the pressures that ‘likes’ place on users by hiding public like counts. Now it has been reported that young users are finding a way around it by switching to business accounts in order to access more audience data. The saga continues…

Howzat! The oldest rivalry in cricket between England and Australia starts today. Will streaming and social media help lead the Ashes to a similar commercial success as this summer’s Cricket World Cup?


Dazed is the latest publisher to experiment with TikTok to connect people with their content and tap into new audiences.








Next up on Facebook and Instagram’s social policy roll-out is their plan to tighten rules on alcohol and tobacco advertising.







Mejores decisiones, más rápido…Duolingo partners with Twitch to help users learn languages better and faster.







Contrary to popular belief, not everyone wants to block ads. Ad blocking growth is slowing down, but not going away…






It is revealed that 2 million 12-15 year-old Instagram users currently have personal data publicly listed on the platform.





Everyone wants to be an Influencer… Check out the key takeaways from the 10th annual VidCon.





Twitter is trending! User surge means the network saw a profit of $37m in the second quarter.




Amazon extends Prime Sale day by 48 hours exceeding Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales combined.


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