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Marketing Professionals Say AI Influencers are Here to Stay

AI influencers

Let’s talk about AI influencers. You may have heard about Miquela Sousa, the 19-year-old Brazilian-American model and definitely not a real human getting ‘hacked’ in 2018 by a pro-Trump Influencer. No? What about Maybelline unveiling ‘May’, its own digital influencer created to sell mascara? Like it or not, AI influencers, or more concretely, animated…

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Live Shopping Gets Shown the Door at Instagram

It wasn’t so long ago that Instagram viewership was skyrocketing every quarter, and advertisers looked to the social media platform for live content monetization opportunities. Life’s a bit different in 2023. User acquisition is plateauing for the app with only 15 million new users added between Q3 and Q4 2022 (previous quarterly increases since…

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Retail
Evaluating the Real Cost of Social Media Outages

Key Points: You can’t fall in love with any platform that you don’t own. Be willing to be flexible on the channels that you use, find trending apps and see how you can apply the app to your business Still utilize email address, and newsletters because email won’t have outages and policy changes like…

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Business Casual: Instagram Experiments with Creator Content Monetization Features & IGTV Ads

During the COVID-19 crisis, as creators embraced Live in new ways, Instagram viewership increased 70% from February to March. Offering new ways for creators to make money through Instagram Live and IGTV, on Wednesday, Instagram launched new tools aimed at boosting revenues for video artistes. While the features are currently in a testing phase,…

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Can Social Media Redesign Global Cities?

Europe was devastated by World War II with large sections of cities completely destroyed. Soon after the conflict ended it was time to rebuild. The most popular material quickly became concrete. The material was sturdy enough to withstand future potential conflicts and cheap enough to rebuild quickly. Many buildings made nearly completely of concrete shot…

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FBD Products in Quick Service Restaurants
July 25, 2024

FBD products are making a difference in quick service restaurants. Amidst escalating costs and demands for customization in the food service industry, the popularity of frozen beverages continues to rise across all demographic groups. To meet these challenges, FBD offers innovative, practical solutions. Our advanced bag-in-box machines simplify preparation and reduce labor costs, assisting…

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Restoring Puerto Rican History After Hurricane Maria
July 25, 2024

Polygon document recovery solutions were put to the test after Hurricane Maria in 2017. Puerto Rican history was at stake from damage to the Instituto de Cultura Peurtorriqueña building, causing leaks, humidity, and mold. Polygon’s document recovery center received nearly 2,000 boxes of documents from Puerto Rico in 2023. These valuable pieces of Puerto…

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Document Recovery Chamber: Inside Polygon’s Advanced Vacuum Freeze-Dry Process
July 25, 2024

Join Chris Chylack, District Manager at Polygon U.S., as he provides an insightful tour of their advanced vacuum freeze-dry process at the Allentown, Pennsylvania, Document Recovery Center. This state-of-the-art procedure begins by stabilizing water-damaged materials in blast freezers, preventing further degradation. The materials are then subjected to a sublimation process in a specialized chamber,…

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Managing Humidity in a NCAA Ice Rink
July 25, 2024

Indoor ice rinks, crucial for sports and recreation, often face challenges managing humidity, leading to condensation and fog. These issues arise from factors like spectator presence, inadequate ventilation, and temperature variations, impacting playability and revenue. A case study at a NCAA Division 1 rink in Massachusetts highlighted how failing air handlers jeopardized operations just…

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