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Liam Pearce

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Instagram’s new algorithm and how you can survive the changes

Since its launch in 2010, social networking giant and celebrity favourite, Instagram, has mostly stayed true to its original format. Despite being bought by Facebook for a hefty $1 billion dollars way back in 2012, the original concept of taking a picture, adding a pretty filter and sharing to your loyal followers (with the addition of a hashtag or two), has stayed the same – even after increasing its users to an incredible 400 million monthly active users and 75 million daily users over the past six years.

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Prohibition Shortlisted in the CIPR Excellence and Prolific North Awards

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Summer is on its way and the sun is certainly shining at Prohibition HQ today.

The end of a tax year is important to most of everyone, but it has been extra special for us as we finish this year on a high. We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for ‘Best Integrated Campaign’ at the 2016 CIPR Excellence Awards due to our work with Interflora for a campaign we delivered last Mother’s Day. The awards are the longest-running and most-rigorous scheme that rewards best practice in public relations. 

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We shall fight them on the beaches; we shall fight them on Facebook

In the next few months, politics will be all over the news agenda with the EU referendum, campaigning to either leave or stay in the EU.

At one point, campaigning meant that a group of people would knock on every door in the street and persuade you to listen to their point of view and vote alongside them. However, just like everything in recent years, campaigning has changed with the times. 

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