Facebook falling out of love with the ‘like’ button?

Facebook has begun testing a new feature that will hide public-facing ‘like’ counts on user’s content. This means that only the creator of the post will be able to see who has ‘liked’ their content. Other on the social platform will only be able to see a limited number of reactions. 

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Social Media Marketing Success From Gambit Nash

Gambit Nash’s Approach To Social Media Marketing Research It all starts with understanding your business and your goals. With local company All Things Wild we identified

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Google Chrome Marking HTTP Sites as Unsecure

Google has today rolled out a new iteration off their web browser. With Chrome 68 will notify you when a website is unencrypted, displaying a “not secure” warning.


Is Your Business GDPR Compliant?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is potentially the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20-years. Are you ready for it?

Increasing Your Facebook Privacy

With the recent revelation of Cambridge Analytica acquiring the records of 50 million Facebook users. You may be wondering what you can do to improve your Facebook privacy.

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Facebook Are Planning a Major Overhaul

The Facebook Newsfeed is planning to overhaul how their platform works. With the aim being to prioritize friends and family’s posts and make businesses, brands