this is a great way of looking at things. it’s so easy to get caught into the trap of thinking that the “users are wrong:” it’s a horrible place to be!
IG/fB are ostensibly the same network so I’m not sure this is the right conclusion to draw. it’s much easier to affect the content you see via what you like on IG, but that’s likely the result of the comparatively small number of data points it’s collected on you. Powered by …
in my experience, I’ve found that there’s still a surprising number of folks trying to use mailchimp for this. Powered by WPeMatico
over the past few weeks, I’ve noticed a handful of questions about which metrics are worth paying attention to in the Facebook Ads reports console. I think there’s a good reason for this: unless you know what you’re looking for, you’re likely to spend quite a bit of time fishing around …
I think that’s right: it’ll be great to see how y’all expand the tool!
I think this is right: it also seems to echo conversations happening in other roles throughout orgs.
that is a delightfully handy exercise.
this is an interesting rule of thumb. I’m not sure I’ve encountered many two page resumes that have justified the extra page.