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The Trials of Toilet Paper: How TP companies are battling criticism during COVID-19

Milk: Check Bread: Check Toilet Paper: …Wait, where is the toilet paper? It’s a product we often don’t think about replenishing until the very last minute but as the coronavirus ramped up in the...

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...

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...

The Best Times to Post to Social Media in 2019, according to Sprout Social

Sprout data shares best times to post to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn Growing your social media engagement is one of the most important ways to increase brand awareness and loyalty. But, even if your...

Social Media Trends – Predictions for 2020

It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone – and what a year it has been! As the New Year approaches, we are excited to revisit a favorite D+P tradition: our social...

Use color theory to take social media marketing to another level

Anyone can add an image to their next social media post but according to PR Daily’s Natalie O’Grady, for those of us looking for a way to take our social media strategy to the...

Snapchat testing ‘Cameos’ feature allowing users to insert themselves in GIFs

Snapchat is testing a new feature that allows users to insert themselves in popular gifts. Called “Cameo,” the feature is being piloted among French users. Snap announced the new feature in a blog post...