Social Media Platforms Have To Remove Content Within 36 Hours: Govt of India

Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter will have to remove content as soon as possible, but not later than 36 hours, after a government passed a legal order, according to new Information Technology rules released on February 25, 2021. These companies must also have to inform and help with investigations within 72 hours Read more…

E-commerce Startups Can Stand Out In The Crowded Online Marketplace

There has never been a good time for ecommerce startups. Given the pandemic induced global slowdown, ecommerce has offered a lifeline for B2B2C businesses across the world to continue some semblance of a normal life even in the toughest lockdowns. The fear of the virus got even the most conservative shoppers and those from tier Read more…

SMBs can leverage celebrities after going digital

The brands signing celebrities as an ambassador has proved to be an effective strategy in marketing. In 2020, the advent of new channels and with diversified consumer behavior, the marketing strategy needs to factor people’s time and attention. Moreover, businesses also believe that endorsements provide a higher degree of recall. In this generation, brands must Read more…

Digital Marketing is on rise since SMBs are moving digital since pandemic

Many businesses including the small companies are looking to have online presence and choose digital marketing after the COVID pandemic and following lockdowns brought about a negative shift in the customer’s behaviour. Moreover, many businesses are seeing a bunch of changes in consumer behavior which have emerged – increase in online food shopping, online education, Read more…

TikTok Chooses Oracle Over Microsoft

It’s a big news that TikTok has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as its preferred suitor to buy the popular video-sharing app. However, Microsoft had announced on this Sunday that its bid to purchase TikTok has been rejected, which lead in removing a leading suitor for the Chinese-owned app a week before President Donald Trump had Read more…

Now Influencers may have to cross check before pushing ads as Centre finalises guidelines for the online endorsements

The Social media influencers and also the digital marketers could face a bumpy ride in order to abide with the veracity of claims made in advertisements that could fall upon them real soon. Moreover, the government’s draft guidelines has also targeted at preventing the misleading advertisements that has an entire section on due diligence that Read more…