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Monday: The Carney team had the day off to enjoy some fireworks and summertime for 4th of July!
Tuesday: The 2022 Spotify Culture Next Report reveals all the data and trends around Zs and Millenials so marketers can have a better idea about channel behaviors and personas. And it’s beautiful to look at!
Wednesday: Off-site SEO is great for brand awareness outside of your own website or SEM. Search Engine Land gave tips on how to leverage reviews for SEO wins.
Thursday: Algorithms are constantly changing and sometimes a little mysterious. While you should always aim to make high-quality content, Bsquared gave some tips for each social media algorithm.
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Bren shared, “Never miss me with a pun”
Camilo asked, “Etiquette question: if I give my contact information to someone at a networking event, am I giving them permission to be added to their marketing emails?”
Danielle wrote, “What is a great SMS service for a very small business that wants to send a thank you message after service is complete and add a link for reviews?”
Dirty Shirley 🍒
- 1 oz Grenadine or Maraschino cherry juice
- 2 oz vodka
- 1 can of lemon-lime soda or ginger ale*
- Fill a glass with ice.
- Pour the juice, vodka, and top it off with soda.
- Give it a slight stir and garnish with a cherry.
*There’s a lot of debate of which one is proper. Shirley isn’t one for following the rules. Do what you want.
Recipe by @join_jules
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c. It’s inspired by the Danish phrase “leg godt”
The name is derived from an abbreviation of the Danish words “leg godt,” which means “play well.”