This week on The Chill Business Journey, we share our favorite online visual creation tool, Canva, in Epsiode 85 | Using Canva.
Facebook brings WhatsApp to desktop. They have aggregated content for women in business. Learn how to set up a DIY studio for photos. Facebook partners with WHO to combat COVID 19 misinformation. Check out their Diversity in Online Advertising report.
Instagram Lite is rolling out to over 170 more countries. Tipsters hint at possible affiliate marketing for creators, setting content controls for DMs and a Clubhouse feature for IG.
Twitter brings conversation settings to ads. And they are certified with TAG. Possible "Undo" button on the horizon.
Pinterest hosted the first Advertiser Summit. As well as releasing an aggregated list of support resources for small business owners.
LinkedIn makes 5 professional courses for women free until 3/21. Check out 16 people they recommend we follow. They have paused new sign ups in China.
YouTube's CPO, Neal Mohan, shared 3 trends driving digital video.
Snapchat partners with Oxford Economics to study Gen Z. Another partnership with Gannett seals advertising deal. See how the iOS 14 update will affect the platform.
New TikTok features: Comment control for creators; Prompts to reconsider unkind comments; Q&As for creators. Ready Set Grow Summit on 3/24.
In this week's Allyship Segment of the Week, we mix it up a bit to showcase a non-profit (Bean Voyage) that was founded by Sunghee Tark of Asian descent.
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