Victoria Beckham celebrated her 47th birthday in style with a star-studded party in Miami on Friday.The former Spice Girl was joined by Kim Kardashian at the bash at the grand opening event for The Goodtime Hotel.‘Happy Birthday @victoriabeckham Love you!!!,’ Kim captioned a snap of the two on her Instagram Stories.Also at the bash was Victoria’s husband David, Pharrell Williams and Latin superstar Maluma. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham)Earlier in the evening Victoria was joined by her family for an intimate beach bonfire. “Thank you @davidbeckham for making my birthday so special,” she wrote on Instagram. “I love you so much!!! Kisses.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham)Wishing his wife a happy birthday on Instagram, David wrote: “Happy Birthday mama we love you so much and you deserve the best day ever.. To the best mummy and wife happy 47th birthday @victoriabeckham (I’m still 45 btw) we Love u x.”Sharing a snap of him posing with his mum, eldest son Brooklyn wrote: “Happy birthday mum xx I love you so so much.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by @brooklynbeckhamEarlier in the day Victoria got her celebrations started early when the fashion designer shared a super glam snap shot by fashion photographer Ellen Von Unworth of her her stood on top of a table laden with gift-wrapped birthday gifts.READ MORE:The First Of The Beckham Family To Wish Victoria A Happy Birthday Is… Victoria BeckhamVictoria Beckham Shares Incredible Easter Throwback Pic As She Celebrates With Family ReunionBrooklyn Beckham Is More Than A Match For Posh As He Mimics Mum Victoria In Spice Girls Video
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Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020. Consumers last year also spent 3.5 trillion minutes using apps on Android […]
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The committee's coming decision on banning Donald Trump from the platform is meaningless. Its existence only gets in the way of actually fixing Facebook.
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It looks like a certain birthday girl wanted to start their own birthday celebrations as early as possible, judging by Victoria Beckham’s latest Instagram post.The former Posh Spice, who is 47 today, shared a super glam snap shot by fashion photographer Ellen Von Unworth that sees her her stood on top of a table laden with gift-wrapped birthday gifts.She is surrounded by ‘Happy Birthday’ banners and the fashionista even manages to make a paper birthday hat look cool.But where are the rest of the Beckham clan?Nowhere to be seen so far… so it was up to Vic to get the party started by herself.She even captioned the snap: “Happy birthday to me”. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham)We’re sure it won’t take long for husband David and her children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper to join the party.If David’s birthday message is anything as loved-up the one he shared on Valentine’s Day then we’re expecting all the feels. View this post on InstagramA post shared by David Beckham (@davidbeckham)The couple might have been married for over twenty years but the romance between them is as strong as ever it seems.READ MORE:Victoria Beckham Shares Incredible Easter Throwback Pic As She Celebrates With Family ReunionVictoria Beckham Shares David's Less-Than-Stellar Vocals In 16th Birthday Tribute For Son Cruz'I Thought I Was The Singer?' Victoria Beckham Amazed At Hilarious Video Of David's 'Singing'
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Elliot Page has described a wave of bills targeting the transgender community in the US as “upsetting, cruel and exhausting”.Politicians in Alabama and North Dakota have approved bans on transgender women and girls from playing on sports teams that match their gender identity.They joined a series of Republican-led states in having introduced bills critics describe as being anti-trans, including laws designed to ban gender-confirming surgery for transgender youths.The actor, who came out as transgender in December, urged his social media followers to call politicians and voice their opposition to the legislation. View this post on InstagramA post shared by @elliotpageElliot, known for his work on Netflix superhero series The Umbrella Academy, said: “As I watch the movement of these bills attacking trans youth across the US, especially this week in Florida, Alabama, Texas and North Dakota, I am thinking of my trans siblings and the collective pain that our community must endure to battle again and again for our right to exist.“These bills are upsetting, cruel and exhausting.”The 34-year-old added: “Call your representatives. Tell them to oppose legislation that discriminates against us. Tell them our access to health care is an inalienable human right. Tell them to let trans kids play sports. Tell them that #TransPeopleBelong – we always have, and we always will.”Elliot also shared a picture of himself holding up a sign reading “protect trans kids”.This year has seen a record number of anti-transgender bills introduced in the US, according to the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBT advocacy group.Transgender rights have emerged as a fraught issue in the culture wars.Earlier this month Arkansas became the first US state to outlaw gender-affirming medical treatments or surgery for minors.Those who back restrictions on transgender women in sports say they are essential to maintain fair competition for female athletes, while critics argue they unfairly target the transgender community and are not based on science.READ MORE:Elliot Page Opens Up About Coming Out As Transgender As He Covers Time MagazineElliot Page Thanks Fans For Support In First Instagram Post Since Coming Out As TransgenderElliot Page's Wife Says She's 'So Proud' Of Him For Coming Out As Transgender
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The #1 energy drink company in 2021 is predicted to be Help Energy Drink.The amazing taste, strength, ingredient profile, and owner involved in medicine making a beverage with a superhero formulation.Check out the company profile on the about us page.One can look at the reasons why it’s the best new beverage.Also, look at the shop page for flavors and apparel.Help Energy Drink is also on Instagram to keep up with owner Sean Kaptaine and the Helpers.
Queen Elizabeth and the late Prince Philip candidly smile at the camera in a photograph shared by the British monarch ahead of her husband’s funeral on Saturday.The image was taken in 2003 at the top of the Coyles of Muick in the Scottish Highlands by the queen’s daughter-in-law Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, and shared on the Royal Family’s Instagram account. View this post on InstagramA post shared by The Royal Family (@theroyalfamily)“Her Majesty and the Royal Family are grateful for all the messages of condolence from around the world and have been touched to see and hear so many people sharing fond memories of The Duke, in celebration of his life,” the caption read.Philip died on April 9, aged 99. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, his funeral at Windsor Castle – which he took part in planning – will be entirely closed to the public.Prince PhilipAt His Request, Prince Philip’s Funeral Will Be Low-Key. Here’s How To Watch The ServiceBBC's Prince Philip Coverage 'Receives Record Number Of Complaints'The Crown's Matt Smith And Tobias Menzies Pay Tribute To Prince Philip: 'He Was The Man'
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You’re probably aware that the Asian community has been experiencing a surge in horrific hate crimes. In this environment, a lot of well-meaning white folks are thinking about what they can do to help. As a result, many are taking to their phones and “checking in” on their Asian “friends.”The week of the shootings in Atlanta, my phone lit up with a Facebook messenger notification. I opened the app, which was probably last updated in 2016, and saw a name I didn’t recognise. There wasn’t a profile picture either. “Definitely a bot,” I thought. I was about to swipe the message into the trash can when I stopped. With a furrowed brow, I read:“Hey Julie, just wanted to let you know I’m holding space for you. Sorry the world is garbage. Let me know if you want to talk.”I had no idea who this was for 20 minutes. Eventually it dawned on me that it was somebody I went to college with many moons ago. We had only one class together, yet she thought that meant she was close enough to me to call me “Ling Ling,” a stereotypical Asian name she selected randomly.She was also insufferable whenever I happened to sit by a specific guy in our class, making jokes suggesting that I was in love with him (because he also happened to be Asian). She never seemed to say anything when I sat by one of the other 50 students in our lecture hall though.Yes, people are terrible in college and they’re capable of change, but I think she needed to acknowledge her treatment toward me before offering to “hold space” for me. And even then, that would have been putting the cart before the horse. I would have preferred that she led with, “I don’t know if you remember me, but we went to school together.”It was jarring that she messaged me out of the blue, but acted like we were buddies, or that I would instantly know who she was ― sans profile picture and all. It felt like the same entitled attitude with which she used to call me “Ling Ling.” I decided I didn’t want to give her my time in the year 2021, so I put my phone away.Later, it lit up with another notification. This time from Instagram. Without opening it, I saw a little preview of a direct message.“I want to apologise for playing ‘Asian or Old Person’ in the car all those times. I know it made you uncomfortable, but that was never my intention. I’d love to know how you’re doing in all this.”Just in case you didn’t know, “Asian or Old Person” is a game that awful white people play in the car. When they see a bad driver, they try to guess if it’s an Asian person or an old person. Double points if it’s both. So that was a former roommate of mine.She never seemed to ask herself, “Hmm, should I be playing ‘Asian or Old Person’ in the car with my Asian roommate who has told me to stop playing that before?” I didn’t bother opening her DM. I thought it could wait.I did screenshot the notification (because it was truly an insane opening line) and send it to my cousin. She called me immediately and we discussed the sudden flurry of “check-ins” and “apologies” we’d been getting.She described how her company had sent out one of those “We stand in solidarity with the Asian community” emails, but otherwise just went about its business as usual, interrupting all the women of color in meetings.Some of her white colleagues did reach out and say that if she needed anything, to let them know. “What, like give me a ride to the airport?! I don’t get it!” she told me in disbelief. “What I need from them is to stop dismissing me like I’m new and don’t know what I’m doing. If that’s too much to ask for, maybe they could just learn to spell my last name correctly.”After much needed catharsis, I hung up my phone and looked down at the screen. There was an Instagram notification from an hour ago.“This message is no longer available because it was unsent by the sender.”My brows furrowed so hard I got a migraine. “She did WHAT?!” I shouted. My former roommate quite literally took back her apology. She must have thought I hadn’t seen it. But I had the receipts! “Do I really wanna go there?” I asked myself.“Yes.”I sent them to her and asked if she wanted to clarify why she unsent it.Crickets.Maybe she changed her mind and thought it was better not to open old wounds. Maybe she took it back because I didn’t respond right away and she decided she had nothing to apologise for anymore. Maybe she was embarrassed. I’ll never understand! Or maybe this backpedaling and silence kind of already tells me everything I need to know.One thing I know for sure is that being checked in on or apologised to is new for me. I am much more used to being ignored and dismissed, but now suddenly I feel responsible for telling white people, “Don’t worry, I know you’re not one of those white people.” I don’t know how I am supposed to respond honestly to all of this without sounding rude (I, too, wish not to upset people) and it is exhausting.It’s not enough to just say you’re an ally. Your actions have to match your words too. If someone says “I’m here for you” after the same meeting where they didn’t value our input, we’re going to be very confused and suspicious. If someone acknowledges that their racist games made us uncomfortable, wants to apologise for it, but then takes back the apology ... of course we will think they are that white person!White people must examine their apologies. They need to ask themselves if they’re really sorry and want to do better, or if they just need a person of color to exonerate them for their racism so that they can go about their day guilt-free again. If it’s the latter, sorry but you don’t need to further damage the AAPI community by “checking in” on your Asian “friends.”If they’re the former, and they really believe their apology is genuine and sincere, the hard part will be for them to understand that they are still not entitled to forgiveness.Despite that, they must continue to use their privilege to hold their white friends accountable. If white people really want to help, they’ve got to do that on their own. Marginalised people are not here to take on the burden of getting white people up to speed, nor are they responsible for holding their hands and patting them on the back.These check-ins and apologies are just another way for white people to center themselves in the conversation and make it about their own emotions. Ultimately, they need to take up less space, because this isn’t about them.This article first appeared on HuffPost PersonalHave a compelling personal story you want to tell? 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Sex And The City – one of the most iconic TV shows of the 20th century – is set to return to our screens, but not quite as we know it.Rather than a straight-up Sex And The City revival, most of the original cast are about to start work on And Just Like That..., an completely new show featuring characters from the original sitcom.Since the announcement at the beginning of the year, fans have had a lot of questions about how it’s all going to work, and with filming set to begin in a matter of weeks, we felt it was time to round them up...What exactly is this Sex And The City reboot, And Just Like That...?When it was first announced in January 2021, And Just Like That… was billed as a “new chapter” in the Sex And The City story, which originally spanned six series and two spin-off films.The 10-part series will debut on the US streaming service HBO Max, and will follow three of the original four main characters as they “navigate friendship in their 50s”.The news was confirmed in an Instagram post shared by all three members of the main cast: View this post on InstagramA post shared by SJP (@sarahjessicaparker)HBO Max’s head of original content said at the time of the announcement: “I grew up with these characters, and I can’t wait to see how their story has evolved in this new chapter, with the honesty, poignancy, humour and the beloved city that has always defined them.”Filming is set to begin in New York this spring, so we’re probably – as Carrie would say – only a “hop, skip and a few short weeks” away from the first pap shots of SJP and co on set.Wait, did you say “three of the original four”?Yes, it’s been well-documented at this point that while Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristen Davis and Cynthia Nixon will all be reprising their iconic Sex And The City roles, Kim Cattrall will not be joining them as PR whizz and “gal about town”, Samantha Jones.In recent years, Kim has made no secret of her lack of interest in a Sex And The City revival (or her feelings towards co-star Sarah Jessica Parker, for that matter), so the news wasn’t necessarily a surprise, but it was still disappointing for many fans.Someone senior at HBO Max recently suggested that Samantha’s absence will be explained as her having simply drifted from the other three since the events of Sex And The City 2. “Just as in real life, people come into your life and people leave. Friendships fade, and new friendships start,” he explained.“So I think it is all very indicative of the real stages — the actual stages of life.”He added: “They’re trying to tell an honest story about being a woman in her fifties in New York. So, it should all feel somewhat organic, and the friends that you have when you’re 30, you may not have when you’re 50.”SJP insisted on Instagram that she’d never said she disliked Kim, writing: “Samantha isn’t part of this story. But she will always be part of us. No matter where we are or what we do... we will [miss her] too, we loved her so.”So, who will be back for it?As well as the core three, several actors from past series of Sex And The City  have teased they will be back for the reboot.John Corbett has confirmed he’ll be playing Carrie’s ex Aidan Shaw in “quite a few episodes”, while Mr Big himself, Chris Noth, appeared to shoot down reports that he wouldn’t be back for the revival. Meanwhile, David Eigenberg – who plays Miranda’s husband Steve Brady – recently admitted he wasn’t quite sure whether his character will be invited back for the series.Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson played Carrie’s former assistant Louise in the first Sex And The City film, and has hinted that she’d be keen to reprise the role in And Just Like That...All we can say is... bring back the icon that was Susan Sharon!Sadly, one character we won’t be seeing is Miranda’s long-time housekeeper and apparent childminder, Magda, as the actor who portrayed her, Lynn Cohen, died last year, at the age of 86.Will there be new characters too?It certainly sounds that way. While Carrie’s friendship with Charlotte, Miranda, Samantha and Stanford were pivotal in Sex And The City’s first run, she was a popular person, with lesser-seen pals dotted all over the city.SJP recently teased there’d be a new arrival in And Just Like That..., claiming: “It’s very possible that a great actress will join us, and she will have a huge impact and we’ll want to be with her more, the audience will want to see her more.”“I’m just very excited,” she added.Intriguingly, it’s also been reported that Caitlyn Jenner was “in talks” about appearing in the show as a new character.Is And Just Like That… going to mention the Covid-19 pandemic?Those hoping the SATC spin-off would be provide some glossy escapism are out of luck, as it sounds as though the pandemic will be referenced.While admittedly we were hoping for something to take our mind off the real world, it makes sense that the Covid crisis would be mentioned in the show –  they’re planning to film in New York in the spring, at a time when the pandemic is very much at the forefront of everyone’s minds.Sarah Jessica told Vanity Fair earlier this year that “the pandemic would “obviously be part of the storyline, because that’s the city they live in”.The Carrie Bradshaw actor also suggested the show would explore “how has [the pandemic] changed relationships once friends disappear?”. Why is the Sex And The City revival called And Just Like That…?The title And Just Like That... refers to one of the many catchphrases Carrie used to include in her columns in the original Sex And The City. How were things left when we last caught up with the Sex And The City gang?We generally prefer to think that the second Sex And The City film didn’t happen, but as the new show will be picking up a few years later, it’s probably a good idea to jog our memory a bit.Sex And The City 2 saw Carrie flying out to Abu Dhabi with the girls, after growing a little bored of the routine in her marriage to Mr Big. While there, she was surprised to bump into her ex-boyfriend Aidan, who she kissed during a night out, only to run off as only Carrie can truly pull off.Back in New York, Big forgave Carrie for her indiscretion, but only if she vowed not to kiss any more of her ex-boyfriends (which wasn’t really asking too much, to be fair).Miranda’s storyline saw her growing tired of being disrespected at work, packing the whole thing in and discovering her more fun side in Abu Dhabi (which included forcing her mates into doing karaoke with her and shouting “Abu Dhabi do” out of a car window in a scene that still sends a shiver down our spine, to be honest).When the holiday was over, it was revealed that Miranda had found herself a new job where she was treated with the respect that the character truly deserved.As for Charlotte, she was struggling as a mum of two, and at the end of the film, it was revealed she’d taken to using Carrie’s old apartment when she needed an hour or two to herself.And, of course, who could forget that Sex And The City 2 opened with Stanford and Anthony tying the knot in a ceremony officiated by Liza Minnelli (“whenever there’s this much gay energy in a room, Liza manifests”), who rounded off the ceremony with a fever dream-esque rendition of Single Ladies Most importantly, when and where can we watch And Just Like That...?Exact start dates are yet to be revealed, but we know that And Just Like That... starts filming in “late spring” and will be exclusive to the streaming service HBO Max in the US.Here in the UK, HBO originals tend to make their way onto Sky Atlantic and NOW (where all six series of Sex And The City are currently available to stream), although it’s yet to be confirmed whether this will be the case for And Just Like That...READ MORE:Reboot, Repeat? 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Children under 13 would be subject to serious risks on the planned platform, advocacy groups said in a letter to the Facebook CEO.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The Facebook Oversight Board, the quasi-judicial organization that Facebook set up to review tough moderation choices, announced today that its decision on former President Trump’s ban from Facebook and Instagram will arrive “in the coming weeks.” The decision, which was initially supposed to take 90 days, has been pushed back so the board can review the more than 9,000 comments it’s received about the case. (2/2): The Board’s commitment to carefully reviewing all comments has extended the case timeline, in line with the Board’s bylaws. We will share more information soon.— Oversight Board (@OversightBoard) April 16, 2021 Facebook banned Trump from its platforms after the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol, with CEO Mark... Continue reading…
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Facebook’s self-styled and handpicked “Oversight Board” will make a decision on whether or not to overturn an indefinite suspension of the account of former president Donald Trump within “weeks”, it said in a brief update statement on the matter today. The high-profile case appears to have attracted major public interest, with the FOB tweeting that […]
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The concept of “selling out” might be over, but Gen Z teens will still roast you for posting cringe — as the pop-punk band Tramp Stamp is finding out. According to people on TikTok, Twitter, and Reddit, Tramp Stamp are “industry plants.” The giveaway? Their social media is too good. An “industry plant,” Rolling Stone helpfully explains, “is an artist who has label backing but presents themself as self-made.” In 2019, the band’s guitarist, Caroline Baker, appeared in MusicRow: she signed to Prescription songs, owned by Dr. Luke, aka Lukasz Gottwald. Reddit resurfaced that report this week. The Redditors also found that the lead singer, Marisa Marino, also has a Prescription deal. Oh yeah, and per the credits on their YouTube video, the... Continue reading…
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Artists and Influencers – get the best VAT consultants in UAEAs social media platforms are gaining more attention these days, there has been a significant increase in the professionals who recognize themselves as artists or influencers.With far reaching attention, the social media influencers have taken branding into storm in the platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn.Social media influencers in UAE have been making fame and profit by extending b endorsing brands among millions of followers.Social media influencers in Dubai have been overlooking their VAT obligations until new guidelines were issued by the Federal tax authority (FTA).Considering the evolving promotional activities offered by artists and influencers, FTA recently issued a statement detailing the VAT implications on their services.As per the FTA rules, calculative VAT rate is applicable on taxable supplies made by the influencers and artists.
The Buzz On B2B: Email Is Tops For Both Acquisition And Retention Half of B2B marketers have seen email click-through rates (CTRs) remain steady during the first quarter of 2021, while 28 percent saw higher CTR than during 2020, according to recently-released survey data, which also showed that by early 2022 some 40 percent of marketers expect to restore their marketing spending to regular levels, with 25 percent doing so in early 2021. MediaPost Vast Majority of Consumers Associate High-Quality Creative with Brand Trust 85 percent of U.S. adult consumers in a recent survey said that well-designed ads help build brand trust, while 64 percent said that brands with poor creative design were less trsutworthy, according to the Celta survey. MarketingCharts B2B Content Marketers Get Higher Salaries, Bonuses Than B2C B2B content editors and marketing professionals have earned more than their counterparts in B2C marketing, and were more likely to be paid cash bonuses, according to newly-published survey data of interest to digital marketers. MediaPost Google Launches Video Ad Experiments to Help Refine Marketing Approaches Google has announced a forthcoming feature that will allow brands to try various video ad approaches in its Google Ads program, offering video marketers new ways to experiment and observe how multiple ad variations resonate with their audiences, the search giant recently revealed. Social Media Today IAB: Digital Ads Grew 29% In Q4 In Pandemic Rebound Digital advertising spending grew to $45.6 billion during the fourth quarter of 2020, a 29 percent increase year-over-year that represented to top quarter in 20 years, while overall Internet ad spend climbed by 12.2 percent for 2020, reaching $139.8 billion, according to newly-released revenue report data from the Interactive Advertising Bureau. AdExchanger Facebook Tests Updated Up and Downvoting for Comments in Groups Facebook has experimented with comment voting, having added Reddit-like up and down rankings in an expanded Facebook group test, the social media giant recently announced. Social Media Today Nearly half of execs expect social marketing budgets to double in next 3 years, study finds 46 percent of business executives have said that the social media marketing budgets at their firms are expected to double within the next three years, while 91 percent said that their social marketing budgets will experience a rise of any level, according to recently-released survey data from The Harris Poll. Marketing Dive Facebook tests Hotline, a Q&A product that's a mashup of Clubhouse and Instagram Live Facebook has tested a mash-up that adds video into the mix for its new Hotline product, combining the functionality of Clubhouse and Instagram Live, the social media firm recently announced. TechCrunch Google Search Console adds regular expression support and more data filtering to Performance reports Google has updated its latest Search Console to include more comparison mode filtering options, along with the addition of more powerful regular expression search functionality, the search firm announced recently. Search Engine Land What Are Marketing Leadership’s Biggest Gaps? The customer journey along with its acquisition and conversion sits atop the list of marketing leadership deficiencies, according to a recently-released survey of chief marketing officers, followed closely by segmentation and personalized messaging at scale, with action on customer data insight occupying the third most frequently noted marketing leadership gap. MarketingCharts ON THE LIGHTER SIDE: A lighthearted look at “advertising without cookies” by Marketoonist Tom Fishburne — Marketoonist These Were the Most Effective Ads of 2020, According to Kantar — Adweek TOPRANK MARKETING & CLIENTS IN THE NEWS: Susan Misukanis — 10 Personal Development Tips to Help You Love Your Small Business Life — Small Business Trends Have you come across your own favorite B2B marketing story from the past week of industry news? Please let us know in the comments below. Thanks for joining us for the TopRank Marketing B2B marketing news, and we hope that you'll return again next Friday for more of the week's most relevant B2B and digital marketing industry news. In the meantime, you can follow us at @toprank on Twitter for even more timely daily news. The post B2B Marketing News: B2B Email Study, Marketing Leadership Gaps, Digital Ad Spend Surges, & High-Quality Creative Drives Brand Trust appeared first on B2B Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
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The only challenge you may have is creating high quality and motivating content that brings your followers joy.You can also include testimonials and other proof of your personality.This type of content strategy is great for Instagram, because not only can you tell your story through pictures, but you can also include many testimonials from your followers.Many brands and businesses use this strategy to gain followers.hashtags are keyword phrases that you can include in your Instagram photos.The key to remember is that you want to include keywords in your hashtags that are relevant to your business and brand.There are many different hashtags that can be used on Instagram.However, not all of them will bring you the same results.
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Social media presence is essential to creating an overall appearance, and your client doesn’t have the expertise to handle social media.You want to offer services, but your employee doesn’t have the resources to take everything independently.That’s where White Label Social Media Marketing platform comes into the picture.Read this article if you want to become a full-spectrum digital marketing agency that can help you work on social media channels like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest.
Even as Facebook is considering a junior version of Instagram, aimed at those under the age of 13, a kids experts coalition has urged it to halt any plans for an 'Instagram for Kids', outlining various concerns around the proposal.
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