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The Aussie Facebook rival app enjoying growth following the news ban debacle

Australian community and digital payments hybrid app LITT has experienced a surge in its user base following Facebook's decision to ban news content in the country last Thursday the 18th of February.

BREAKING: Facebook to lift controversial ban on Australian news pages in coming days

Facebook has announced that it will end its ban on news pages in Australia less than a week after it made the shock decision.

How businesses could be impacted by Facebook’s news ban

How can businesses pivot in response to Facebook's decision to pull news content from Australian users?

iOS 14 and increased privacy: What it means for your small business

The upcoming changes are a win for improving the privacy of social media users, but it will substantially change the world of marketing. It’s time to invest in other touchpoints...

Facebook Australia bans users and publishers from posting and sharing news

Facebook has made a major move in the back and forth with the Australian Government on the proposed Media Bargaining Law. It’s also a potentially dire step by the social media giant for the many Australian publishers that use the platform.

Seven signs big Google news deal; ABC, Nine, Guardian reportedly circling

Seven West Media is Australia’s first large news outlet to sign a deal with Google in order to have the tech giant pay for its news content.

‘Spill the beans’: Elon Musk goes in on RobinHood CEO following GameStop trading debacle

You don’t often witness the richest man in the world publicly grilling another CEO on how his company has handled its customers.

This Apple iOS update will force developers to ask for tracking permission

Giving users the power to decide whether or not an app can access their data and activity...

Google and Facebook challenge news bargaining code in Senate inquiry

Facebook and Google took Australian media head-on in a Senate inquiry by Australia’s competition watchdog on Friday, 22nd January. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission...

Jessica Sepel on mastering organic Instagram growth for a $7m year

From influencer to big business, this nutritionist organically grew her company – JSHealth - through effective online personal branding. She discusses how she manages...

Govt funding for Qld strawberry industry

"Commercial terrorism" bringing an industry to its knees.

Telstra NSW Business Awards winners announced

Who took home this years' Telstra Business Awards?

Woolworths expands Caltex alliance

Woolworths has expanded on its alliance with Caltex.

What are the benefits of the new overseas GST?

How can small businesses leverage the new GST laws?

Microsoft (AUS) selects Steven Worrall as new MD as company veteran Pip Marlow steps down

IBM veteran Steven Worrall has been selected to succeed Pip Marlow as the managing director of Microsoft Australia on 1 January.   Marlow will depart...

San Francisco ‘Landing Pad’ open doors to first wave of innovative Aussie start-ups

Five Aussie start-ups have taken up residence in San Francisco, where the Federal Government has just launched its first ‘Landing Pad’ for home-grown innovators.  Australia’s...

Most viewed CEOs and leaders on LinkedIn announced

Telstra CEO, Andrew Penn, has been announced as the most viewed CEO in Australia according to LinkedIn’s 2015 Power Profiles Australia. The power profiles reveal...

How well do you sell yourself?

All LinkedIn users will now have free access to its Social Selling Index (SSI) following an announcement today. The index was previously only available...

LinkedIn unveils top 10 influential brands in Australia

Professional social network LinkedIn has revealed their list of the most influential brands in Australia.

Twitter makes it easier to block multiple accounts

Social media giant Twitter has made it easier for users to block multiple accounts from interacting with them, with new tools that upgrade the mute and block features launched in December 2014.