White House Valentines Display
Episode 338 - February 13, 2021
- Presidential Valentines
- Thank You Pages
- Shame Cards
- Fact Checker Bylines
- Social Audio
- AI Brand Voices
- Lincoln TV
- Duolingo Commercial
- Super Bowl Social Media
- Conference Sounds
- Twitter Buys Revue
- Google News Analytics
- Norton's Prying Eyes & Listening Ears
- Safest & Most Dangerous States For Online Dating
Valentine Surprise At The White House
On Friday morning, Dr. Jill Biden surprised the president with a Valentine display on the White House lawn.
Thank You Pages
Thank You pages are effective opportunities to demonstrate appreciation towards your leads, prospects, and customers for taking a desired action — and even potentially convert users or increase sales through additional CTAs.
On the third anniversary of the Valentine’s Day shooting at Stoneman Davis High School in Parkland, FL, ChangetheRef.org released The American Shame Card collection- postcards with gruesome scenes from each mass shooting.
Fact Checker Bylines
Social Audio Growth Explosion
This market forecast includes an overview and contains predictions on the future of social audio as Clubhouse earns a one billion dollar valuation and jumps to nearly 3 million users.
By adding safeguards, Microsoft wants to ensure deepfake voices aren't being abused.
❗️New show❗️The Lincoln Report brings the @projectlincoln lens to the news cycle. Our promise: focus on stories that affect our democracy & call out noise that distracts Americans from what matters.— LPTV (@lptv) February 10, 2021
Host Nayyera Haq @nayyeroar brings context & clarity
⏰ Tonight, 8pm ET on @LPTV pic.twitter.com/3MOlk4818S
Super Bowl Social Media
Virtual stadiums, interactive filters, football stars and loads of sweepstakes are this year’s Big Game social themes.
The Long COVID Forum featured conference sounds for viewers awaiting the live stream.
Google News Analytics
Google Search Console now lets you dive into how well your news site performs in Google News and the Google News App.
Norton’s Prying Eyes & Listening Ears
A lawyer in Texas, unable to turn off a cat filter on a Zoom call, said “I’m Not a Cat,” to which the judge responded, “I Can See That.”
Not All Things Considered
Leo Shidla thought that not "All Things" were being considered on NPR's flagship show. "Cool things," for one.