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f.b.i's community managers jail amazon's spam at checkout: your daily distraction... you're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #221 • View online

Still Hiring Junior People As Community Managers? We Need To Talk...
It’s Community Manager Appreciation Day! This weeks entry into the Truly Social series sees Tara discuss the main benefits of hiring somebody with a little bit more experience as your Community Manager. Don’t set yourself up for a potentially scary situation - check it out.
Take a look by also clicking the gif above.
Take a look by also clicking the gif above.
Great At Investigating, Not So Great At Design
In today’s “is that ironic? I feel like it isn’t… news: The Federal Bureau of Investigation needs to federally investigate hiring a new graphic designer. In a stark contrast to the fantastic job posting that the City of Los Angeles tweeted last week, Twitter users have been howling at this poorly designed holiday message from the FBI.
The FBI haven't had the easiest time as of late.
The FBI haven't had the easiest time as of late.
Cashier-Free 'Amazon Go' Store To Open In Seattle
Do you love shopping, but hate humans? Well, Amazon has just the store for you! Its new ‘Amazon Go’ store is set to open to non-employees as of today. It functions like any other store until you get to the checkout (or lack thereof.) Amazon is employing the newest tech to automatically charge shoppers as they walk out of the store with their selected items. The future is here, and it’s cashier-free.
Gulls may be BILLED also.
Gulls may be BILLED also.
Snapchat Employees Who Leak Info May Face Jail
“If you leak Snap Inc. information, you will lose your job and we will pursue any and all legal remedies against you” Snap Inc.’s lawyers advise in an email to employees. This is likely in response to the leak of Snapchat’s (terrible) redesign. But, most importantly… How did this information come to light? It was leaked, obviously. Ha!
Pictured: Snap Inc's PR department.
Pictured: Snap Inc's PR department.
Twitter To Notify Everyone Targeted By Russian Spam Accounts
Twitter will be sending notifications to everyone (nearly 700,000 people,) who accidentally followed, retweeted, or liked messages belonging to Russian spam accounts (3,814 accounts identified so far.) While this is a good start, we’re wondering why there isn’t a more preventative solution to political social media sabotage?
We figure it'll go something like this.
We figure it'll go something like this.
Have a great Community Manager Appreciation Day from all of us here at Truly Social!
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