Monthly Archives: August 2022

Inside The World Of Social Media Guru, Kazumi

Kazumi has become a household name through memes and viral social-media strategies. Kazumi Social media continues to be the foundation for influence, fashion trends, traffic and almost any venture that needs the attention a large number of people. Social media, despite being the preferred method of spreading influence today, has been praised by supermodels like […]

#493: Don’t Jump Ship Before The Entrepreneurial Magic Happens

Shiny object syndrome has the potential to devastate your business Shiny object syndrome is a real thing, and you’d better believe that it can throw you off course in ways that are devastating to your business and everything you’ve been working towards. I don’t mean to sound harsh, but it’s the cold, hard truth. If […]

51 Buffer Features to Help You Grow Your Audience

Buffer, the product, has come a long way since I joined the company in 2015. In the past twelve months alone we’ve added integrations with TikTok, Canva, and Google. Buffer is so much more than a social media scheduling tool! In this post, I’m going to cover all the ways you can use Buffer to […]

Twitter Has Bigger Problems Than The Whistleblower – But Now The Spotlight Is On The Company

PARIS, FRANCE – FEBRUARY 7: The Twitter logo appears on this screen illustration … [+]A photo of an iPhone standing in front a display screen that displays a Twitter logo. This was taken in Paris on February 7, 2019. Today’s Wall Street results showed that Twitter posted higher than anticipated Wall Street results in the […]

LinkedIn Rolls Out Option to Pin Comments in Reply Chains

Here’s a handy update for LinkedIn users – you can now pin a comment within the LinkedIn post reply section, which could help to highlight the best responses, and spark more engagement with your updates. As you can see in this example, posted by Lindsey Gamble of Mavrck, you now have the capacity to pin […]

#492: 4 Steps To Create A Lucrative & Fun Side-Hustle While At Your 9-5 – Amy Porterfield

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YouTube Expands Access to Audience Behavior Insights, Adds New Creative Tools for Community Posts

Good news for YouTube creators, with the platform throwing smaller channels a bone, by expanding access to its ‘Other Videos Your Audience Watched’ data. As it sounds, ‘Other Videos Your Audience Watched’, which YouTube first launched in 2020, provides insight into the viewing habits of your audience, by showing you a listing of the videos […]

No Respect For The Dead – Putin Supporter Alexander Dugin Mocked On Twitter

MOSCOW (RUSSIA) – 21 August: Russian authorities investigate scene following Darya Dugina’s car. … [+]Alexander Dugin was the Russian political scientist, and an ally to President Vladimir Putin. On August 21, 2022, his daughter, Catherine Dugin, exploded at Mozhayskoye, Moscow. Russia’s Investigation Committee stated that the crime had been planned and executed in accordance with […]

Snapchat Launches New Localized Lens Promotion for ‘House of the Dragon’

Yes, I know that you were burned by the final season of Game of Thrones, in which your favorite character did something so inexplicable that it ruined all seven seasons or preceding development, to the point where you can hardly bear to look at a map of Westeros ever again But Game of Thrones is […]

What It Is and How We’re Approaching It

We’ve dedicated the week of August 22nd to a brand new internal initiative called Build Week. We’ll all be putting aside our regular work for a single week to come together in small groups and work on ideas that can benefit customers or us as a company, ideally with something of value shipped or in […]