Chill’s Week in Review for 2.24.21
On The Chill Business Journey, we released Episode 83 | Social Ads on Pinterest & LinkedIn. This wraps up our series about Ads on Social.
Facebook expands their Climate Science Information Center. Oculus VR headsets can now have multiple accounts tied to them. New negotiations happening for news shut down in Australia. New tools to stop the exploitation of children on the platform. They have released their latest State of Small Business Report for the US. Learn about Branding in Facebook's Blueprint learning platform.
Instagram has new resources to provide support with eating disorders in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (NEDAwareness).
Twitter calls for Allyship to #StandForAsians.
Pinterest also partners with the National Eating Disorder Association to share messaging about events and round table talks.
LinkedIn releases several new free features for Company Pages. Listen to the expert panel on 2/25/21 discussing Full Funnel Myths Debunked.
YouTube has new controls for parents for teens and tweens. They also launched Creator Voices to learn from successful creators. Latest lineup of YouTube Originals released for YouTube Kids. They are putting effort back into YouTube Spaces, with only virtual for now, but bringing pop up location back when it is safe to.
TikTok announces the first 100 Black Creators & Music Artists for new incubator program. They have partnered with the UFC and Portland's Timbers and Thorns FC teams. TikTok has also released new tools in support of National Eating Disorder Awareness week. And their second half of 2020 Transparency Report has been released.
In this week's Allyship Segment of the Week, NPR's Code Switch podcast is starting a fellows program with two categories: Recent journalist graduates and Reporting Fellowship.
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