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Is Snapchat growing bigger than Facebook?

Over the course of the last year, Snapchat's growth has exploded. Snapchat is now passing a new, possibly monumental growth milestone. The mobile app recently announced that its users watch 8 billion videos a day, up from 7 billion in January. In November, Facebook announced...

source: By Emma Fitzpatrick
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On Feb. 24, freelance writer Giulia Pines learned that she had lost $2,000 worth of work from a key client for the month of March. “That was my first inkling that something big was on the horizon,” Pines said. In March, work declined further, leading her...

source: Digiday

Twitter has added a new way to see how many people have retweeted a tweet and added a comment, the company announced — but it’s only available on the iOS version of the app. The new feature organizes all of the retweets with comments into a handy list. To access...

source: The Verge

Messenger Rooms, Facebook’s attempt to take on the likes of Zoom with group video calls, is now live. Anyone can create a room in Messenger, but only folks in North America can start one on Facebook for the time being. You’ll soon be able to create rooms on Instagram...

source: Engadget

Social media is an important part of any company’s marketing strategy. While social media savvy helps promote brand recognition and overall success, one misstep can bring a business unwanted attention — even national infamy. As industry experts, the members...

source: Forbes

No matter how big or small your garden, there’s always room for one more plant! You can plant different kinds of annuals every spring or change out what you put in your planter boxes to keep your garden new and interesting. But the backbone of your landscape should...

source: House Beautiful

Scale insects are nasty little plant suckers that are relatively common among indoor and outdoor plants and trees. They are also hard to spot and suck the sap from plants, eventually taking away all of the essential nutrients plants need to survive. The bugs don’t...

source: Southeast AgNet


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