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Jane King

@janekin

Clothing/textile technologist

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Meeting Cadence

A meeting cadence is how often a meeting is held. For example, if you and a direct report check in every Friday morning, that’s a weekly cadence. If you have a request to meet every other month, that’s a bimonthly cadence.

The challenge for every company is how frequently meetings should take place. In an increasingly distributed workforce where a face-to-face Zoom is sometimes the only interactions you’ll have with your team, these are often overscheduled in the hopes that these “in person” meetings will be beneficial to building relationships and team morale.

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If Tiktok is the Disney+ of social media — the new and exciting platform — Triller can be seen as apple Tv+ — another competitor in an increasingly crowded industry. They’re similar products, yet go about their strategy in distinct ways. They’re similar in many regards, but share a Commonality in, perhaps, giving a glimpse as to where social media is heading — a strive towards more authenticity.

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Tencent launched an instant Messaging App, Weixin, from its Guangzhou research center in early 2011. the project took off quickly, with over 100 million registered users by 2012. the App soon started to encompass more features.

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There are four components of a dynamic link to keep in mind when creating a Firebase Dynamic Link:

  • What to do when a user already has the app installed ?
  • What to do when a user clicks from Android without an app ?
  • What to do when a user clicks from iPhone without an app ?
  • Where to add UTM parameters to the URL of dynamic link?

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If you listen to any Social Media Marketing Agency (SMMA) guru these days, they always recommend the same old niches: gyms, restaurants, dentists, and general real estate firms. A lot of gyms are just too poor to even Shell out $1,500 a month on Facebook ads let alone $500 bucks (which would barely even cover the ad spend itself).

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