The Facebook Journalism Project, revealed today by director of product Fidji Simo, is a new program to “establish stronger ties between Facebook and the news industry”.
Providing businesses the ability to design their own platform with a strong focus on enabling communication, is Sydney startup Buzzy.buzz.
MyDisabilityMatters is a social media platform offering the disabled community a private version of Facebook
MyDisabilityMatters looks to tackle the problems facing people with disabilities on mainstream social media platforms by providing an exclusive space.
Sydney startup Veredictum is a software platform that looks to help film producers protect their content from theft and piracy. Veredictum looks at a new distribution and productivity model that is based around the use of blockchain.
Sydney startup followit has announced a $2 million capital raise following on from its nation-wide launch. The social media platform for real estate is now valued at $20 million and is on track to change the way people search and find real estate listings in Australia.
Singapore-based app, SportsHero has announced a strategic partnership with social media giant YuuZoo to bring fantasy sports to over 118 million users across 164 countries.
Australian startup Local Measure has joined the likes of Hootsuite, Salesforce, and Adobe as an official Instagram partner, its social media insights platform receiving recognition for its community management capabilities. Looking to help business users meet their marketing objectives, Instagram’s Partner Program highlights companies with expertise in at least one of three specialties: adtech, community… Read more »
Founded by Melbourne company Ladoo, Brolly is a new tool designed to help government agencies capture all their social interactions.
Australian startup Meeco wants to give power back to the individual through a secure life management platform. This platform supports a range of applications, from personal documents, photos, and other information which allows consumers to exchange data on a transparent and permission basis.
This week has seen the launch of HooZu, a Sydney startup that looks to identify not the influencers with the highest follower counts but those with the most highly engaged audience interested in a brand’s particular market.
Sydney startup buybye is an ecommerce app that provides customers with an online social shopping store, creating a new shopping experience where retailers are all in the one place
The Social Club is looking to try its hand as one of the first platforms in the social media influencer space in New Zealand. Its mission is like most others: to connect New Zealand’s largest community of social media influencers with brands and agencies in order to create authentic and meaningful influencer campaigns
Despite the number of social media platforms in the market, investors are still keen to buy in and find the next big thing, with new Australian social media startup clapit last week announcing it had raised $2.57 million in seed funding from investors including Mark Moran and Paul Siderovski pre-launch.
Perth startup KodaChat allows parents to ease young children into social media by monitoring their chat activity
Perth app KodaChat aims to create a safe community in which kids can socialise online by, in the words of cofounder and CEO Luke O’Keefe, “replicating a parent’s physical role in their child’s development in the digital space.”
Influencer directory Scrunch seeks the missing link between who shares online products and who buys them
Brisbane startup Scrunch is an influencer marketing platform that enables brands, retailers, and agencies to connect to online platforms, giving them access to over 20 million global influencers. They minimise the risk of partnering with the wrong people by using data to analyse and rank influencers from top performing to least engagement.