How Much did Yesterday’s Facebook Outage Cost Businesses?

While many Australians woke up to the social media outage yesterday, it caused a larger wave than at first thought. How much did this six-hour shut-down cost businesses?

By |October 6, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

S-Commerce and the ‘Storeless’ Future | Q&A with

Social commerce has exploded in popularity over the last six months, with retailers using the social space to appeal to a new audience and take advantage of the online retail boom. We spoke to Kevin Huang, the Vice President APAC at, to examine the changing consumer behaviour, responses to s-commerce and how it will impact retailers in an uncertain future.

US Presidential Candidate Wants to “Break Up” Amazon, Google & Facebook

Elizabeth Warren hopes to secure the 2020 US Democratic presidential nomination by campaigning for the government to “break up monopolies” like Amazon, Google and Facebook.

By |March 13, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Amazon Takes on Google and Facebook in Advertising Pilot

Amazon reportedly offers third-party advertisers the chance to send product samples to its customers by utilising its consumer data, delivery network and 100 million plus Prime subscribers.

By |January 10, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Inside Look: Spiritwoods Botanicals Social Strategy

As part of Facebook and Instagram’s annual “Gift Guide” initiative, we talk to the owner of Spiritwoods Botanicals to learn how she uses social media to increase her business’s brand awareness.

Facebook and Instagram Upgrade to Cut Down Social Media Usage

Facebook and Instagram have announced changes to limit time spent on its platforms. How will this change consumer behaviour and what impact will it have for online retailers?

By |August 2, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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