The site also offers tutorials for those overwhelmed by online instructions.
Egged on by former President Donald Trump, Republican policymakers spent the better part of 2020 clamoring to regulate social media platforms.
"Digital 2021" report outlines the expanded use of social media, with 45% of users aged 16 to 64 searching for brand information.
While not specifically mentioning Twitter's permanent ban of Trump's 88-million-follower account as of Jan. 8, CEO Jack Dorsey seemed to signal that it won't create any serious challenge for the platform. "We are a platform that's obviously much larger than any one topic, or any one account," he told analysts.
"Social media is mass, not 'class," according to Pamela Danziger, founder of luxury consultancy Unity Marketing,
"Facebook's system of recommending political groups poses grave threats to American democracy and public safety," Senator Ed Markey says in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
They may not wield massive followers like the Kardashians, but 38% of burgeoning YouTubers express interest in working with brands.
The platform, billed as "social media for good," allows micro-donations to charities with every post.
In a digital age, appropriating a false identity, as Hilaria Baldwin did, is risky. But for any celebrity, deceptions are now easier to find.
Computer repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac is suing Twitter for defamation over its handling of the 'NY Post''s story about Hunter Biden.