Instagram is banning photo filters which make people look like they've had cosmetic surgery. Filters which boost the size of people's lips or mimic facelifts will no longer be allowed on the app. The company said it wanted filters to be a 'positive experience' and that it was making the move to protect users' mental…
Kylie Jenner of the Kardashian clan remain the highest-paid star on Instagram A new report reveals that the mom to Stormi charges up to $1.2 million per post on her page. Kylie Jenner and her Baby Stormi The business mogul beat Ariana Grande, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kim Kardashian, and Selena Gomez and among others to top the list.…
So, if you're a micro-influencer wannabe, know that when it comes to monetization, the number of followers you have can significantly impact your earnings: According to blogger Elise Darma, influencers with 30,000 followers typically earn around $350 per post. Those with 100,000 followers can charge a client up to $2,700.
Following criticism that she was undeserving of her best rap album Grammy win and some social media drama where she was pinned against her nemesis Nicki Minaj by the BET Network, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper got heated in an expletive-filled rant on her Instagram. The video, which was captured by a fan account, has since been deleted and was followed by Cardi, 26, deactivating her Instagram entirely.
Photoshop has long been the bane of the body positivity movement, giving people the ability to edit and erase away so-called body flaws and imperfections. But what about the photo editing apps we can download on our iPhones? They're more accessible than Photoshop and can transform someone's appearance in minutes.
Facebook plans to integrate its messaging services on Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. While all three will remain stand-alone apps, at a much deeper level they will be linked so messages can travel between the different services. Facebook told the BBC it was at the start of a "long process". The plan was first reported in the New York Times and is believed to be a personal project of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The 2019 Twitter marketing calendar identifies highly anticipated events that will unfold throughout the year. In addition, Twitter estimates the number of Tweet impressions each of the events are expected to reach, based on internal data. Events in the calendar range from obvious to niche. Everything from Valentine’s Day to Talk Like a Pirate Day is contained in the calendar. Here’s an example of what it looks like: