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Ignore. How Should Marketers Treat TikTok.

TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a $100 billion corporation based in Beijing. ProtonMail last month noted that TikTok harvests a great deal of information about its users, including how long you watch videos, what kinds of videos you like and which videos you share, along with any messages you exchange in the app.

By |August 2nd, 2020|Categories: Social Media|

Learning Javascript during Quarantine

What have I been doing with my quarantine time? Picking up some JavaScript training and making some good progress too. If you have the time and resources I would highly recommend a coding boot camp, especially now that you can access them from anywhere via Zoom.

By |May 22nd, 2020|Categories: Technology, The Blog|

YouTube Quietly Introduces a Free Video Builder for Businesses

Video Builder is currently available in beta, with interested parties invited to apply for access. While Video Builder is likely to be a great tool for businesses, individuals stuck at home may also be keen to start their own YouTube channel.

By |April 18th, 2020|Categories: Social Media|

Social Media Management: The Basics

Social Media is similar but not quite marketing. It is an opportunity for the public to sing the praises about your business. It's two-way marketing, whereas traditional marketing is one way. Your objective with social media is to keep your community aware of what your business offers and then engage them. 

By |April 14th, 2020|Categories: Social Media|

Today is a New Beginning… Happy Easter.

In another story of captivity, under the Pharaoh in Egypt, the Children of Israel were valued only by how many bricks they could make each day. When they left Egypt it took years to get that mentality out of them - to move into being identified not by what they did but by who they were.

By |April 12th, 2020|Categories: Dream Big, Technology, The Blog|

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