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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 […]

Ahead Of Midterms, Researchers Say Facebook Can’t Reliably Identify Political Ads

Facebook classified political advertisements as not-political by researchers and vice versa. NurPhoto via Getty Images With the 2022 midterm elections fast approaching, and concerns about election misinformation growing, Facebook’s parent company Meta is again touting its Ad Library as an “industry leading” transparency tool that will mitigate them. Researchers have extensively used the Ad Library […]

Jack Appleby on Loving your Craft

This edition of Social Proof features Jack Appleby, our first creator with a presence outside of Twitter. Jack is a social strategist with an impressive resume spanning over ten years. He’s run campaigns for Beats By Dre, Microsoft, and Spotify, and was on the Creative Strategy team at Twitch. He now works at Morning Brew […]

#490: The Business Model I Swear By: Live Launch, Go Evergreen, Repeat!

This formula has put the epic battle between live launching and evergreen to bed once and for all If you have a course or product that you’re ready to launch, you might be wondering which is better: Live launching or evergreen?  You’ve probably heard pros and cons about both of them — Live launching is […]

Burnout Sent Me to the Hospital. Here are the Signs I Look Out for Now

One of the biggest myths about burnout is that it can’t happen if you love the work that you’re doing. I am certainly proof positive of the opposite. In 2015, I was celebrating 10 years of working as the head of advertising for the largest eyewear company in the world. On the surface, I actively […]

#489: How To Use Your Intuition To Make Quick And Confident Decisions

What research says about “trusting your gut” and how women’s brains are optimized for rapid intuitive decision-making As a business owner, you know just how many tough decisions you are faced with each and every day. It can be exhausting, confusing, and stressful — especially when you’ve got some skin in the game.  I’ve said […]

Meta Provides New Tips to Help Brands Mitigate the Impacts of Audience Data Loss on iOS

As it works to weather the impacts of Apple’s ATT update, which now prompts iOS users to opt-in to data sharing in apps, Meta continues to refine its ad targeting options, in order to maximize performance results in a more privacy-friendly way. But the fact is, Meta has lost a lot of user data, which […]

Instagram Is Getting Into NFTs Months After They Crashed. Artists Are Wary But Hopeful.

Michael Artis originally created Flu Game in acrylic in 2020, but it was minted as an NFT by April. Jason Thompson NFT sales fell as crypto winter passed. NFT sales declined to $1billion in July after nearly two years’ of rapid growth, which culminated in November. This was after the NFT market had been flooded […]

LinkedIn Adds New Templates for Posts to Facilitate More Creative Updates

LinkedIn continues to add new ways to help creators maximize engagement in the app, this time via a new templates option for posts, which provides a range of text formatting and background options for your LinkedIn updates. As you can see in this sequence, you can now tap on the new ‘Use a Template’ option […]