Social media agency unliking 'evil' Facebook for good
Facebook has grown to become a valuable and profitable tool for businesses around the world. But for some in New Zealand, the platform’s continuous lack of action to combat the spread of hate speech and misinformation has gone on too long.
Coronavirus: Pandemic a unique opportunity for social media influencers to lead by example
A single #ad from a macro-influencer can lead to increased sales for affiliated brands – after all, they’re called influencers for a reason. But do these public figures have a responsibility to share safe health messages during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Coronavirus: How to identify dangerous, fake Covid-19 news on social media
Covid-19 rumours have been doing the rounds on social media for months, but they appear to have ramped up since cases re-emerged in the community. Brittney Deguara investigates how to spot a fake, and how to stop misinformation spreading.
Instagram's new announcement is 'bloody fantastic', but not everybody is happy
The world of influencer marketing is about to get a whole lot more competitive. On Thursday, Instagram announced it was rolling out a test to New Zealand's 1.5 million users, removing the number of likes a post receives.
Socialike parts ways with Facebook
From April 1 2021, Socialike will no longer be sharing content to Facebook or running ads on Facebook for both itself and for its customers. We've also removed the Facebook tracking Pixel from our website.