You have (5) new Facebook messages

 

 

In the online world, popularity does not come free!

Credits: Bubble Punk and GIPHY

A whole week of social media

 

When it gets this bad, it’s time to lock up the smartphone.

Credits: Laura Weiss, Sprout Social and dribbble via Dribbble, Loho Shee, Animation & Motion and Pinterest

Framed tweets

 

 

In an age where social media discourse rules the waves of the ‘Net’, you can now acquire something for your home that’s a blend of old and new. Pick your fave tweet and frame it for your living room wall.

Credit: Framed Tweets

Add the “wow” factor

 

 

Infuse life into your next social media post, presentation, or meeting. Trust us, it’s worth the hype.

Credits: Canva via Outlook

Animate your design

 

Here are three reasons you should make your next social media post an animation. 

1. They draw the eye 
With animation, your designs take on a whole new dimension. Movement grabs a viewer’s attention in a way a static image simply can’t. And in a busy social media feed, that’s a crucial point of difference. 

2. They’re favored by social media algorithms 
Ahh, the mysterious ways of “the algorithms”. Figuring out how to make the social media algorithms work for, rather than against you, can be headache inducing. Hot tip: posts containing videos and GIFS get higher levels of engagement (those likes and shares that you crave) and are more likely to be featured in your audience’s feed. 

3. They’re surprisingly easy to make 
They might look fancy, but that doesn’t mean they take hours—or hundreds of dollars—to create. 

 

Credits: Michelle and Canva via Outlook

Running through the newsfeed

 

 

Today I learnt that 3 friends are having babies, two are getting married, 10 are going on holiday, and another 3 are obsessed with cat memes. Really obsessed. Welcome to the life race that is reading the newsfeed.

Credits: Via Rajesh Mundra, Reaction Gifs and Google+