As we approach June 19th, the date which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, the industry is coming together across the world to reflect, educate and learn. The social media scheduling platform, Later, has shared suggestions on how brands can successfully celebrate ‘Juneteenth’ on social media this year. Click here to read the full article.
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- Twitter has seen a steady uptick in sports engagement. 30 tweets about sports are posted every second on the platform.
- Insights from LinkedIn show that the amount of remote job listings for Marketing roles increased by 166% in the last six months.
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