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Instagram has expanded access to Instagram Shopping to “creators that want to connect with shoppers and sell their merchandise on Instagram”. Those creators include musicians, but as long they meet Instagram’s updated commerce eligibility requirements, which are effective as of July 9 in all countries where Instagram Shopping is supported. Instagram originally announced that it would be expanding shopping access last month, when it revealed that advertising is coming to IGTV.
Instagram’s new commerce policies require businesses to tag products on Instagram from a single website “that they own and sell from”.
This, according to Instagram., is so “that people have a consistent and trusted shopping experience”.
Once businesses have applied to use Instagram Shopping, they'll be notified as soon as they are approved and ready to start tagging products.
Instagram insists that if a business is not approved, it will offer a clear reason why the decision was made, so that creators can “take the necessary action or appeal”. Instagram further states “Whether you are a candle business making a foray into e-commerce, a musician selling merch or a food blogger expanding into your own cookware line, any eligible business or creator account with at least one eligible product can use shopping tags to drive people to their website to make a purchase.”
Snap shots throughout time have been taken of every website on the internet and there is an archive site called wayback.archive.org which has archived them. The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format.
Hi all, we recently ran into a situation where a prospective client was unsure if they wanted to use our social media services because they browsed our blog and social media pages and didnt see much activity. The client was right however when we directed them to check out the social media activities of our clients they were impressed and decided to work with us. This is a throw back to the old saying the shoemaker has no shoes because he spent all his time fixing everyone else's. In the same vein we have been so busy with our clients SM activities to the extent we have neglected out own. We plan to change that going forward, you are now reading our first blog post since August 2013.
A short clip we shot and edited from Yolo Rave 2013. The Yolo Rave was created by Street Smart Youth Project Inc. in an effort to spark a youth movement that celebrates their ability to 'Turn Up' without the use of drugs and alcohol. The featured music by DJ Jelly and a Live Performance By EP Hudson from Nick Cannon's Wild n Out.
We did the the official 2013 VI Idol tee- shirts. VI Idol is the US Vigin Island's version of American Idol where they give opportunities and prizes to contestants for more info on the competition click here
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