Carrie Mckay (@carrmck) - Deepstash

Carrie Mckay

@carrmck

Charity officer

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In the next ten years, especially with Facebook Meta, crypto, NFTs, and online-only content, AR & VR(augmented reality and virtual reality) will absolutely take the world by storm.

We will begin to see it everywhere from education, to scientific applications, research, entertainment, navigation, more mundane applications like gestural task assistance, and all the way to complex abstractions of traditionally difficult tasks that require high degrees of domain-specific knowledge.

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Understanding augmented reality, virtual reality, and designing for AR/VR experiences.

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Identify competitors who you can steal followers from

You can start off with local competitors. Add them to your list of Instagram accounts you want to steal followers from. 

But how do you find similar accounts to yours from elsewhere in the world? Many would think that searching by hashtag and looking at the Top Posts section would be an effective technique. It isn’t. 

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Bothering With Pinterest Ads

Pinterest is grouped with other social media channels and in some aspects, contain social aspects itself. However, people use Pinterest more like a serach engine than a social platform -- which is why you should consider using Pinterest Ads.

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Tip #1: Use two-factor authentication on your inbox

Two-factor authentication is a second layer of security when signing in. It usually involves receiving a text message with a special code whenever you sign into your account.

Having this substantially reduces the likelihood of your inbox getting hacked.

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Our government sometimes does shady things and gets caught. Pharmaceutical companies price gouge medications. Powerful people silence victims of sexual assault and abuse. Foreign governments are attempting to sow discord in the U.S. through social media. Systemic injustices and cultural prejudices hamper some people’s ability to succeed in our society.

Plots, scandals, collusions, and cover-ups do occur in business and politics — just rarely on the scale as imagined by conspiracy theorists.

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