Episode 30: Social Media News, Updates, Features You May Have Missed Over The Summer

In Ep. 30 of Don’t Call Me a Guru, host Linda Hoang catches you up on social media news, updates, features, and reports you may have missed over the summer.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram Ad updates
  • TikTok for brands discussion
  • Twitter Marketing’s “participation playbook”
  • Twitter iOS app image attachment and list updates
  • Influencer marketing statistic updates
  • Engaging Instagram content
  • AND MUCH MORE!!

This episode was recorded at NAIT Radio & Television Broadcasting Studios, by audio producer Emma Morrison.

Take a listen to the pod below, and/or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Google Play!

And here’s the RSS!

Don’t Call Me a Guru is a member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB!

The Alberta Podcast Network promotes and supports Alberta-made podcasts, and connects their audiences with Alberta-based businesses and organizations. We’re excited to be part of this group of creators!

Podcast Credits:

  • Doug Hoyer (@doughoyerDougHoyer.Bandcamp.com) – created the Don’t Call Me a Guru music
  • Rory Lee (@rorzle, RoryLeeDesign.com) – designer of the Don’t Call Me a Guru logo
  • Emma Morrison (@morrison225) – audio producer of the Don’t Call Me a Guru podcast
  • NAIT Radio and Television Broadcasting Studios – podcast studio location

Let us know what you’d like to hear on our future episodes, and be sure to share feedback on what you thought of this one!

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