Created By Joshua Berry / Executive Director / Lover of Innovation
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The current platforms that I frequently use: Instagram, Snapchat, Youtube, LinkedIn, Twitter (Kind of)
Insta: Where everything takes place nowadays
Snap: Convenient Communication, primarily useful due to Snap's 'Memories' feature
YouTube: Content overload, on a large scale
LinkedIn: Key player; those that use it understand why
Twitter: Every once in a while
Instagram: At this point in time, I like to use instagram the most out of the bunch because of streamlined multimedia experience and its abundance of users to promote the work that we do at my companies. Years ago, when instagram was casual I really did enjoy posting silly pics and memories but it nowadays..just isn't that.
Instagram in the past could definitely be egregious in terms of their ad placements and rate of display, however since their parent company, Meta (formerly Facebook) made a company-broad move to distance themselves away from data intrusion and monopolistic ad-revenue strategies, it has meant an almost manageable amount of advertisements. Now, everyone perfectly understands that we signed these papers a decade ago allowing all of data-driven tech companies to accrue ginormous databanks-for-sale. While, everyone on the end-user standpoint can understand it very clearly, many existing tech companies' bottom-line is contingent on their traffic-routing approach.