Sunrise fog.

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Julio Jones wants out? Let the social media recruiting begin

Not long after the Falcons receiver declared he's "out" of Atlanta, NFL players hopped on Twitter and Instagram to lure him to their teams.
Tags: Instagram, NFL, Atlanta, Falcons, Julio Jones

Old and long-abandoned Japanese televisions

Televisions remain an ever-present feature in the home and hotel room, but just like viewing habits, designs have changed enormously, and the TV sets below are a nice reminder of just how dramatic those changes have been. Taken over the space of 10 years or so, they were all shot in a variety of abandoned buildings, and while some are clearly more modern than others, all of them hark back to an era when millions of people sat, at set times, to watch specific programmes. ...
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Ad agencies are hiring again

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for May 25. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Ad agencies are hiring again.Omnicom Public Relations Group's new CEO.Instagram gives creators more data.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. Toby Melville/Reuters These adve...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Media, Instagram, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, MGM, WPP, Omnicom, Newsletters, Martin Agency, Instagram Instagram, Advertising Agencies, Omnicom Public Relations Group, Chris Foster

16 Tips to Become an Influencer

Social media influencers are all the rage right now. Brands want to collaborate with them in order to expand their reach and drive conversions. The followers of influencers, on the other hand, look forward to expert advice and recommendation from them. Are you wondering how to become one yourself? With the popularity of influencer marketing, it is only natural that people are becoming increasingly curious about how to become an influencer. Here are 16 tips to be followed in order to mak...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media Marketing, Google Analytics, Dubai, Brazil, Lebanon, Don, Facebook Instagram, Google Facebook, Neil Patel, Friendster, Dubai UAE

New Instagram insights make its TikTok competitor Reels more appealing

Over the last year, Instagram has added a slew of features to help independent creators make a living, like Instagram Shop and Shopping in Reels . Today, Instagram launched new Insights for Reels and Live on its Professional Dashboard, giving businesses and creators essential data about the reach of their content. These tools will help Reels catch up with its competitor TikTok, which already offers users detailed analytics. As Instagram and TikTok continue trying to keep up with one anot...
Tags: Apps, Instagram, Los Angeles, Social Media, Insights, Tech, Social Media Marketing, Analytics, Creators, Jones, Reels, Instagram Shop, Tiktok, Reels Instagram, Reels Today Instagram, Quinn Jones

4 things to know about Google Photos' storage policy change

Six months ago, we announced a change to our High quality storage policy that allows us to keep pace with the growing demand for storage and build Google Photos for the future. On Tuesday, June 1, we’ll start rolling out this change so that any new photos and videos you back up will count toward the free 15GB of storage that comes with every Google Account or the additional storage you’ve purchased as a Google One member.Before this happens, we want to recap what we announced back in November — ...
Tags: Google, Photos, Google Photos, Google Account, Andy Abramson

5 Leadership Lessons: The Bomber Mafia

THE IDEA of conducting an air war was born from the traumatic and tragic lessons learned from World War 1. The goal was to help make the deadly, wasteful, pointless conflict on the ground obsolete with precision bombing. The precision part was the problem until Carl Norden came along and invented a bombsight for more accuracy. It would begin to change how we fought wars. Strategic bombing from high altitude, in daylight, with precision bombing to make war less lethal. The Bomber Mafia: A Dream,...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Winston Churchill, Malcolm Gladwell, Churchill, Lindemann, Stephen McFarland, Five Lessons, Carl Norden, Tokyo Japan Gladwell, Frederick Lindemann Lord Cherwell, Transactive Memory

We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #539

Snapchat hosts Partner Summit 2021It was a big week for Snapchat news as the platform hosted its Partner Summit. Making headlines was the unveiling of a new version of Spectacles that enables AR to overlay directly onto the world from within the lenses. This is the 4th version of the product but isn’t for sale quite yet. AR was a big topic at the summit, with the platform announcing the arrival of ‘Connected Lenses.’ This AR lens allows users to connect and enjoy an AR experience together, with ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Mexico, Berlin, Singapore, US, Seo, Lego, Amsterdam, National Gallery, Irl, FacebookIt, Clinique, Bobbi Brown Abercrombie Fitch, PinterestIdea Pins

Win a Social Makeover for Your Small Business

Social media is scaling—exponentially. In fact, “More than half a billion people have joined social media platforms in the last 12 months,” according to Henk Campher, VP of corporate marketing at Hootsuite, a global leader in social media management. This astounding growth is due, in part, to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which accelerated the need for SMBs to digitize. But, Campher says, while “social media has become the place for businesses to engage and drive purpose…not every SMB ...
Tags: Business, Instagram, Sales & Marketing, Usa Today, Hootsuite, Forbes, Right Now, Custom, Ryan Holmes, Henk Campher, Arlene Dickinson, Steve Strauss, Vasin Lee Shutterstock, Campher, Gabrielle Bienasz, North America Hootsuite

UK urged to intervene after another photo of Princess Latifa emerges

Peter Hain says government must demand proper proof of life of Emirati royal after third image appears on Instagram within daysThe UK government has been urged to intervene to find out whether the Emirati royal Princess Latifa has been genuinely freed from house arrest by her father, after a third Instagram photo appeared in as many days showing her in a Dubai shopping mall.The latest photo showed Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, a daughter of the ruler of Dubai, looking at th...
Tags: Politics, UK, Instagram, UK News, World news, Dubai, Peter Hain, Emirati, Latifa, Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum

Instagram Begins Providing Insights to Instagram Live, Reels Creators

Creators of Instagram Live videos and Instagram Reels will have a better handle on how their content is being consumed following Instagram's release of insights for both of those formats Monday. Instagram Live creators will have access to metrics including accounts reached, comments, peak concurrent viewers and shares. And creators of Reels will be able...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Platforms, Social Pro Daily, Instagram Reels

Instagram might soon send you 2FA codes via WhatsApp

Two-factor authentication is one of the most basic steps you can take to make your account more secure. A lot of apps use SMS-based authentication to send you a One Time Password (OPT) as the second factor of verification. However, researchers have noted that that relying on SMS can be less secure, as hackers have been using techniques like SIM Swapping to redirect 2FA codes. To solve that problem, Instagram is working on a feature to send you 2FA codes through WhatsApp. App researcher and leake...
Tags: Startups, Instagram, Plugged, Alessandro Paluzzi

Why India is asking Twitter and Facebook to remove posts mentioning an ‘Indian variant’

The Indian government has asked social media companies such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to remove all posts that refer to one of the new coronavirus strains as the “Indian variant.” In a notice issued on Friday, the country’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) said that posts mentioning “Indian variant” count as false news. The ministry reasoned that the strain is officially known as B.1.617, so there’s no need for attaching a geographical tag to it. The ministry ...
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