September is a busy month! I’m headed to Houston next weekend to meet up with coffee friends and potentially learn how to make donuts. Then, it’s onto Austin for BGA Access (keep an ear out for an exciting announcement!).
The first piece in my Thoughts section is geared for those who have a consistent posting schedule but don’t know what to try out next. The other is my first op-ed, a direct result from senselessly arguing on the Internet about why using geisha entertainer illustrations was not okay for referencing gesha coffee.
Enjoy! – Jenn
[BYLINE] For those who are feeling comfortable in their posting strategy, here are some more ideas to try.
[BYLINE] It’s Gesha, not “geisha”. This is my op-ed.
Facebook added their Pixel to Groups so advertisers can put ads into Groups (which is probably going to ruin Groups for some people).
Twitter has a bug where if you like someone’s quote-tweet, it shows up in your followers’ timeline as liking the original tweet. A little problematic if you didn’t like the original tweet.
Treehouse Founder and CEO, Ryan Carson, shares the importance of having a company mission and how its missions fuels Treehouse’s marketing strategy and helps drive their content and social media marketing efforts.
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Why do artichokes look so strange? What makes okra so slimy – and how can science help you turn that attribute into a taste sensation? Two botanists take plant science into the kitchen.
“From a simple business perspective and to serve the public, Twitter is incentivized to keep all voices on the platform”. That’s Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s argument for why “Twitter does not use political ideology to make any decisions” according to his prepared statement for his appearance at tomorrow’s hearing with the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
As long as you’re a teen with a following.