From guest author Margot Alais You don’t realise how important inclusive imagery is, until it smacks you in the face. Growing up and simultaneously struggling with my sexuality, it was hard for me to conceptualise who I was, or where I fit in, because I had next to no representation of gay women—did feminine lesbians… Continue reading Are you showcasing diversity on social media?
The best April Fool’s Day pranks on social media – 2018 Another year and another April Fool’s Day! Here are some of the best April Fool’s Day pranks for 2018. Sea Life Sydney Aquarium We’re all for hot desking, and Sea Life Sydney Aquarium announced that they are providing staff with the option of a… Continue reading The best April Fool’s Day pranks on social media – 2018
Trolls happen. But it’s the decision you take in reacting to them that can affect your brand. For the amount of trolling that occurs, there has limited research into the topic; Claire Hardaker led the way in 2010 with a look into the content generated by trolling – concluding that there were four fundamentals to… Continue reading Psychological Qualities of Trolls and How to Handle Them
It’s been a big year for the freedom of speech discussion. Mack Horton spoke out against doping in sport, pundits continue to debate Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act and US conservative Milo Yiannopoulos was accused of launching a malicious campaign against Leslie Jones. While Twitter took a stand by banning Yiannopoulos, many have… Continue reading Freedom of Speech and Social Media
What you need to know to plan great content – September 2016 It’s that time of the month where we collate some interesting dates and events for September 2016 to help you create and plan great content, fill out your social media content calendar and save you time. These dates will help you think outside… Continue reading What you need to know to plan social media content