Bad social media advice I've heard given
I am back from Taiwan and still recovering. Jet lag is more than getting over a time difference. It’s also getting back into your daily routine and getting a good week’s worth of sleep. Both of which are my current goals.
This is a non-exhaustive list of advice I’ve heard from marketers or it’s been relayed to me by potential clients.
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If you didn’t know, I’m on the Bay Area Coffee Community’s Board and this event is one that I’m personally invested in. I learned about this organization through research on mental health resources and thought the training would be especially helpful for coffee professionals. You learn skills like identifying mental health breakdown and de-escalation techniques.
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Here’s an interesting consideration for Instagram marketers – some users have reported seeing tests of a new grid layout in the app which displays posts four columns wide, instead of the current three.
The decision comes after ProPublica, an investigative reporting publication, found that advertisers could target discriminatory groups such as “Jew Haters” and “NaziParty” in their ad campaigns.
Among respondents who typically visit a local business within 48 hours of searching, some 36% typically do so within 24 hours, and 17% do so immediately
It takes time, and research, to get it right, but Facebook’s data capacity is unmatched. And now, you can reach those same users on Instagram too.
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“To look at the roster of Bay Area food companies that have sold themselves to large corporations over the past decade or so is to understand that not all corporate buyouts are created equal.” A look at the cheese industry in light of the recent Blue Bottle-Nestlé deal.
What if packaging can do more? Would a beverage taste better if we purchased it in a glass versus a plastic bottle? Can food packaging and design influence our taste buds after we purchase the product?
A visit to an Indian-Jewish caterer yields a delicious holiday recipe and details about a New Year celebration.
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