Following the recent protests in Hong Kong, China has officially banned Instagram. The social media site, known for its picture sharing feature, was used by protestors during the demonstrations, resulting in it being blocked. The site has now, however, been banned permanently.
For many marketers who use Instagram, this is a major issue. Whether a brand had only one Instagram page that was available internationally, or a specialised Chinese page to improve engagement, it found...
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