Posts Categorized: News

New Feature Alert: Facebook Paid Online Events

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With many small businesses being restricted in the ways they can make money, Facebook’s latest solution provides a creative way for creators to continue earning revenue online.  On the 15th of August, Facebook paid online events was released to allow educators, media publishers, creators and business owners the opportunity to monetize their online events. Small […]

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Pandemic Impact on Business: Leading Digital Transformation

With gatherings restricted and social distancing a global instruction, it’s clear that any event, conference or meeting is now postponed indefinitely. As the pandemic impact on business comes crashing down, brands are scrambling for a solution to recreate this essential in-person experience, online. A sharp rise in the usage of webinars, Zoom meetings, Slack channels, […]

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Instagram Is Now Hiding Total Post Likes

From today, Australian Instagram users can no longer see the number of total ‘likes’ an Instagram post has received. Although you will still be able to see the number of likes your own posts get, this information won’t be available to others. You can see the way posts will appear in the image below: A […]

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What Are Local Services Ads & What Do They Mean for Your Business?

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Google is currently rolling out Local Services Ads (LSAs). Currently, these ads are only available in Canada and the United States – although they will be coming to Australia this year. To keep up to date with Local Services in your area, check the business eligibility on the LSA signup page. What Are Local Services […]

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How to Get More Facebook Engagement in 2019

2018 saw a decline in Facebook engagement (and therefore post reach) for all sorts of businesses, and marketers are working extra hard to find out the secrets to successful Facebook content. Recently, Buzzsumo looked at 777 million Facebook posts from 2018 to find the most engaging pages, brands and videos. What did their research show? […]

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Studio Culture Is One of the Top 100 Coolest Companies in Aus!

Studio Culture has been listed in the Top 100 Coolest Companies in Australia, as part of Anthill Magazine’s 14th Annual Cool Company Awards! (Yes, mum, we know you knew all along.) Maintaining a fantastic company culture is one of our top priorities, so we’re stoked that Studio Culture stood out amongst 700 nominations and several hundred applications. […]

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year + Our Holiday Closure Dates!

Just writing to let you know that Studio Culture will be closed from the 24th of December until the 7th of January. We are working overtime in the lead up to this break, to make sure that we (as always) go above and beyond for our clients. 2018 was a massive year for Studio Culture. […]

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The Latest in Digital: LinkedIn Campaign Manager, Pinterest Carousel Ads & Google AdSense Policy Updates

  LinkedIn Overhauling Campaign Manager for Easier Advertising Experience LinkedIn is currently overhauling the campaign creation process, with the goal of making advertising on the platform easier. The company has announced a public beta release of ‘Objective-Based Advertising in Campaign Manager,’ which will set the scene for further changes coming next year. The overhaul is focussing […]

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The Latest in Digital: Controversial Google Ads Update, Facebook Canvas Now Instant Experiences & Links in Facebook Stories

This week, Facebook and Google Ads have seen some big changes. Google Ads has released a controversial new update, and Facebook has renamed Facebook Canvas to Instant Experiences AND announced the ability to share links in stories. Find out more:     Keywords with Same Meaning Included in Google Ads’ Exact Match Targeting Google Ads […]

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The Latest in Digital: Instagram’s Own Shopping App, Updated Facebook Ad Metrics & Google Ad Strength Indicator

There have been some recent changes within the business side of Instagram, Facebook and Google. Instagram will be introducing its own shopping app (a new platform to run your e-commerce business), Facebook Ads has changed its metrics and Google is implementing a new function that will allow you to see the strength of your ads. […]

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