Do Ya Know?
Top Posts of The Week
- Gen Z is cool with targeted ads.
- Infographic: Try these tone modifier prompts to get the most out ChatGPT.
- After testing the feature, Instagram has officially added the option to share individual comments from your posts in Stories.
- Here’s the tea on why GA4 is stressing everyone out.
What We Learned
Monday: If you’re in the Instagram game right now, you know that the platform is heavily prioritizing Reels, and investment in short-form video is paying off. For a closer look at what’s working, Socialinsider breaks down the numbers in a recent study.
Tuesday: Best in class emails are open-worthy, engaging, and valuable. But they should also be accessible. Here’s how to optimize your email for all readers.
Wednesday: Your PPC analysis should highlight trends and translate metrics into real value for the C-suite. Here’s how to build a better PPC report.
Thursday: Startups that land on the front page of Product Hunt can expect 2k to 10k unique visitors on launch day. Here’s how to get started.
Rebecca asked, “Has anyone used Buffer as a social media management tool? Or have another free option to recommend?”
Abigail asked, “We have transitioned from HubSpot to Salesforce (Pardot) and are experiencing some very bizzare results with our emails. Anyone experienced this?”
Lee asked, “Any recommendations on safe websites to download font kits from?”
Brandon shared, “You feeling alright, Pinterest?”
Happy Labor Day weekend to all of our friends in the U.S.
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- 2 oz Averna
- 4 oz lemon soda (such as San Pellegrino Limonata)
- Garnish: lemon wheel and sage leaf
- Add the Averna and lemon soda into a Collins glass with ice and stir gently to combine.
- Garnish with a lemon wheel and sage leaf.
Recipe by Liquor.com
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Pompeian Virgin Olive Oil, 1958
Did Ya Know?
Answer: No worries, there wasn’t a TikTok glitch that deleted drafts this week.
- Your follower count might plummet on LinkedIn.
- Longer Reels are coming to Instagram.
- Political ads from parties and candidates are returning to the app formerly known as Twitter.