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The Week That Was In Social - 09/11

First things first, how are you? As we've gone into Lockdown 2.0, it's very mixed emotions right? Dro
The Week That Was In Social
The Week That Was In Social - 09/11
By Liz at Puds&Co • Issue #3 • View online
First things first, how are you? As we’ve gone into Lockdown 2.0, it’s very mixed emotions right? Drop me a line if you’d like to talk about business, social media marketing, and generally how you’re feeling… all ears!

👀 We’re on the hunt for an amazing freelance social media manager for Jan 2021. Do you enjoy building communities (and content calendars)? Are you results/data-driven? Do you think audience-first? Apply here.

🏠 TikTok stars are allegedly moving into all-expenses-paid luxury mansions in the UK funded by marketing agencies. Read more here.

Linkedin has added a new resource to empower underrepresented communities. Read more here.

👻 Creators on Snapchat can now choose to publicly disclose their subscriber count ⤵️
Mike Metzler
Wow! I can add my subscriber count to my public Snapchat profile now.
👋🏾 TikTok has launched a new campaign to amplify Black-owned businesses. From Nov 10-15, they’ll launch the #ShopBlack campaign in partnership with Shopify. Read more here.

🎁 Twitter UK has released some new insights on how the UK is getting a head start on festive celebrations in 2020. Check it out here.

🎧 TikTok has announced a new agreement with Sony Music! Read more here.

👀 Facebook has shared five tips for creating strong brand awareness. Read them here.
👻 Introducing Snap Connect, a place where you can learn about direct-response advertising on Snapchat, straight from the experts. Read more here. They’ve also created three certifications so you can build more impactful campaigns.

📞 Introducing disappearing messages on WhatsApp. When disappearing messages is turned on, new messages sent to a chat will disappear after 7 days
Also new from WhatsApp ⤵️
WhatsApp Inc.
Starting today, people across India will be able to send money through WhatsApp 💸 This secure payments experience makes transferring money just as easy as sending a message.
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