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tuesday 20 Oct 2020 ⚡Web Stories

Apple Music Launches a TV Channel for Music Videos

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Apple launches Apple Music TV, which is exactly what it sounds like: Apple Music on television. It’s a free, curated, 24-hour live stream of popular music videos (though it’s only available to US residents); you […]

Apple launches Apple Music TV, which is exactly what it sounds like: Apple Music on television. It’s a free, curated, 24-hour live stream of popular music videos (though it’s only available to US residents); you can watch it in the browse tabs of the Apple Music app and on the Apple TV app.

It seems like a direct shot at YouTube’s dominance of the music video space.

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According to New Research from Visa: 1 in Every 4 Online Purchases Are Now Made as a Result of Interaction with a Social Media

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Social media is the driving force behind buying online for many consumers, with nearly a fifth of internet shoppers now making purchases online via an app. According to new research from Visa(paywall) (survey of 2,000 […]

Social media is the driving force behind buying online for many consumers, with nearly a fifth of internet shoppers now making purchases online via an app.

According to new research from Visa(paywall) (survey of 2,000 UK consumers conducted by Opinium on behalf of Visa), one in four online purchases are now made as a result of interaction with a social media outlet.

Coined ‘Swipe Up Shopping’, the research revealed social media-fuelled purchases accounted for one in four (24%) online purchases in the past six months. Clothing and accessories are the most popular Swipe Up Shopping purchases (37%), followed by homeware (29%) and electronics (20%).

Well over half (57%) of those questioned said that they didn’t always check third-party reviews of the website they were using. A further 54% neglected to check refund and exchange polices before proceeding to buy goods.

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