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What is a vlog?

Vlog – a video diary and marketing tool alike

With a vlog, you can directly communicate with a community, and so it’s a way of showing who you are. But what is a vlog anyway? What's behind the term, and how does vlogging work? We’ll show you how to use vlogs not only to appear more authentic, but also to significantly increase your reach and retain your followers in the long term.

What is a thumbnail?

Thumbnails – little pictures, lots of power

Thumbnails can be found everywhere online. These small images help users to get a preview of web content such as photos or videos, and to select what might interest them. Thumbnails can be seen as teaser, formatted as compressed images. Website operators use the thumbnail images to attract attention and gain clicks. But what exactly are thumbnails? And when are they used?

Social selling for artists and craftspeople on Facebook and Instagram

Social selling for artists and craftspeople on Facebook and Instagram

In the creative industries of artistry and craftsmanship, a high degree of creativity and initiative is also required in terms of marketing and sales – the competition is fierce and, as we all know, doesn’t sleep. An attractive but also cost-effective solution, social commerce allows you to not only market your product, but also to sell it directly. But how does it work on Facebook and Instagram?

Restaurants selling on Facebook and Instagram

Cafes and restaurants on Instagram and Facebook

Social media profiles are worthwhile for companies in various ways. In addition to the extra marketing, Instagram and Facebook can be used to sell products directly. Restaurants and cafes can also take advantage of this. Convenient buttons on the platforms point customers to ordering or reservation pages.

FOMO

Fear of missing out (FOMO): Definition, causes and ways out

Could you be prone to FOMO like many other people? When scrolling through Instagram, suddenly your own life can seem dull in comparison. At a family lunch, you might have an irresistible urge to check your phone. And after turning down a barbecue with friends because of a prior commitment, you nervously check Facebook feed for updates. We’ll tell you how to deal with FOMO.

The best Facebook alternatives

What are the best alternatives to Facebook?

We once used phone calls and text messages to carry out all our communication, now our private conversations are largely digitalised and carried out almost entirely online. We write to each other via messenger apps and share photos, thoughts, and feelings on social networks. But because all our private communication now takes place over these digital channels, we now need to think more about our...

Instagram alternatives

The best Instagram alternatives: Social networks for hobby photographers

Instagram alternatives don’t have it easy: Ello’s hype, for example, has faded, and Pixlr is a photo editing app at best. A “real” alternative to Instagram should have its own community and, like the market leader, be available free of charge for Android and iOS and as a web application. We’ve picked the best ones for you.

Getting your website Christmas-ready

4 steps to getting your website Christmas-ready

With Christmas just weeks away and shoppers dashing to their devices to try and beat the Christmas rush, it is important to ensure that your web presence is ready to take on the challenge. Whether it is a blog or an online shop, here are a few tips and tricks to ensure that your website is ready to hit the road running as the festive season kicks in!

What does lol mean?

What does lol mean? Internet abbreviations and acronyms

What does lol mean? Anyone who regularly spends time online has surely encountered the expression before. The Internet is home to numerous expressions that might appear cryptic to the uninitiated. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to catch on quickly. Keep reading to find out what lol stands for, how to use it, and what other online abbreviations you should be aware of.

Netiquette

Netiquette: What you need to know for discussions online

When participating in discussions online, you should be sure to follow the netiquette of the group you’re interacting in. If you violate these rules of politeness, you’ll not only make a bad impression but might even have your post deleted or be banned from the group. But since netiquette is pretty much universal, you can easily avoid landing in these sticky situations.


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