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TikTok announced the first wave of recipients for its new Creators Fund. A new report uncovers insights to help brand marketers build effective strategies and brand initiatives to engage with Gen Z. Snap Inc.
Facebook Launches New $25 Million Program to Support Black Creators, How to Make Sense of Instagram Reels as a Marketer, YouTube Publishes New Data on Rising Trends During COVID-19
Facebook's new $25 million program to support black creators. What's the difference between Instagram Reels and TikTok? Sports marketers are adopting to the Covid-19 era. Read all about it in today's round up of news stories by Bert, our AI copywriter finding and summarising the day's news.
Here come the TikTok clones, What If Movies Had Always Been Vertical? and Instagram’s algorithm favoured Trump over Biden
Here come the TikTok clones and Instagram's algorithms prefer Trump over Biden. Read all about it.
Our round-up of news from the worlds of social, marketing and creative is back. Here are some of the day's news that you may have missed.
For a successful client-agency relationship, following these simple stages of the creative process and making each other aware of the expectations is crucial.
As non-essential shops opened in the UK on Monday, the media was flooded with pictures of people queuing outside. However, with the Covid-19 pandemic still continuing, what does this really mean for the opening of these retail stores?
A third of Britons expect to spend more on eating out than they did before lockdown and 29% plan to spend more than they did previously on domestic holidays.