Category - New Things in Digital

33 New Things in Digital in May 2018

Digital Marketing Updates

While the heat has slowly begun to subside, we look back to the month of May that was hot with a number of updates that came in. From Instagram features that allows users to turn their organic posts into ads, make group video calls to Facebook opening about their upcoming dating feature, the month has witnessed its fair share of updates. Read...

38 New Things in Digital in April 2018

38 New Things in Digital in April 2018

The humid month of April hasn’t failed to impress with it’s bout of updates. With the Facebook data leak, the digital front has been on the talk of the month. From the changes in privacy settings Facebook had incorporate to Snapchat rolling out augmented reality games, the month has been pretty eventful. Read on to know what the month...

33 New Things in Digital in March 2018

March has witnessed updates like Facebook testing voice clip status, Snapchat enabling the feature to tag your friends on snaps to Twitter rolling out the verified badge to all users who fit the criteria. The bout of updates the month has received is only a sign of more to follow in the coming months. Read on to know what other digital marketing...

34 New Things in Digital in February 2018

The month of February breathed in a number of updates into the digital realm. Right from Google beta testing a new AI powered reply app that eases your task of sending context-relevant responses to Snapchat relentlessly fighting back with added features, the month has seen its fair share of healthy competition between the social media channels...

33 New Things in Digital in January 2018

New Trends in Digital Marketing

The Digital arena has seen itself subjected to numerous changes and updates with the new year. Facebook alone has rolled out a staggering number of updates with varying uses right from showing users more relevant content, preventing harassment to introducing facial recognition. Other platforms like Snapchat and Instagram have not been far behind...