Social media is everywhere; on our phones, on our computers and even in a follow request at the back of our new favourite book next to that witty little author’s bio. But why? Why has social media become such a necessity to the literary world
Social media has rapidly become an indispensable tool for providing exposure for aspiring creative professionals. Whereas a few years ago actors could get by without a social networking presence, nowadays it’s become something of an expectation for ambitious and emerging performers to be active online.
The game development scene has never been more accessible or inclusive. The tools needed to start learning the basics of dev are now available to pretty much anyone. Resources like Twine, GameMaker, or even Unity are just a few clicks away – often costing as little as zero pence.
If there are two things that have gone hand in hand since the development of digital media it’s music and social media. Social networking can be a vital communication and hype-building channel between musician and fans. However, these are two constantly evolving industries, and so
As a community building platform that fully enables campaigning, it goes without saying that social media can and should be a useful marketing tool for non-profit organisations. Indeed many organisations have displayed willingness and a proficiency on these platforms that has allowed them to grow
If there is one type of industry that naturally succeeds on Social Media, it’s the one that has a die-hard fan culture. These are the type of followers who are not only willing to engage with a conversation, but want to contribute to it. However,
We need to have a serious talk about Social Media. Last year the amount of active UK Social Media users shot up by 4.6% to 32.3 million. Social Media usage on mobile also grew by 17% and is expected to reach a record 50.8%
Social media is a very powerful tool. With many people looking to social media for up-to-date news on a wide variety of subjects, it makes sense that we also use social platforms for healthcare news too. This was really put to the test in recent