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How Twitter’s Terms of Service derailed Planters’ Super Bowl campaign

Twitter is not a fan of fabricated fandom. Planters recently learned this the hard way when its “Death of Mr. Peanut” and “Baby Nut” campaign were derailed earlier this month after Twitter announced it...

Facebook Updates: What we can expect in 2020

What can we expect from Facebook in 2020? Well, for one, the company is planning the roll-out of FB5, the platforms fifth redesign. But, according to Hootsuite, Facebook has much more in store for...

D+P Digital Download: Super Bowl LIV Social Media Impact

How good is your recall of this year’s Super Bowl? You might not remember who scored the last touchdown to give the Chiefs their 11 point lead, but you probably remember how that Google...

Facebook launches new tools, announces decade-long goal to build stronger privacy protections

In a major move to reposition Facebook as a social network that cares about protecting its users’ privacy, company founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Tuesday, during Data Privacy Day, two tools aimed at...

Jay Devine of Devine + Partners accepted into Forbes Agency Council

Forbes Agency Council Is an Invitation-Only Community for Executives in Successful Public Relations, Media Strategy, Creative, and Advertising Agencies Philadelphia, Jan. 21, 2020 — Devine + Partner’s President and CEO, Jay Devine, has been...

Rest Easy Podcast: How did we do? A recap of our 2019 Social Media Trends Predictions

In this episode of Rest Easy, a Devine + Partners podcast, we dive into our 2019 Social Media Predictions to see what we got right and what we almost got right. Rest Easy is...

Jay Devine: How can business owners raise their storytelling game? (Forbes)

Editor’s note: This article first appeared on Forbes.com and features Devine + Partners CEO Jay Devine, among six public relations experts. As anyone in marketing knows, telling a story is what attracts customers to...

The Philadelphia Inquirer names Lisa Hughes first female publisher

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Anna Orso has a historic story Tuesday as the paper has named Lisa Hughes its first female publisher in The Inquirer’s 190-year history. Hughes, who is a member of the company’s...