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I am a fan of the # instead of emojis.
I'm all for emojis in B2B.
Whether it's an emoji or a GIF.... So many people are on one side of the debate. The reality of the world we live in today is that emojis and Gifs are becoming forms of communication. We should embrace them. It's not offensive to use an emoji (unless you use an offensive one) so I have no issues with them.
The 🔑is making sure that you understand: (1) the context and (2) your audience.
Yes thats correct.. there is also a news that getty images filed a complaint against Google alleged traffic and revenue losses to its customers’ sites because users could see (and potentially copy) images directly from Google Image Search results.
"The change is essentially meant to frustrate users. Google has long been under fire from photographers and publishers who felt that image search allowed people to steal their pictures, and the removal of the view image button is one of many changes being made in response."
This post captures to an extent what @nilanp talked through at#GHConf17 about why their "mission-driven" approach to growth has been yielding the dividends it had been.
Positioning against a common enemy (ie banks) was a stroke of genius and shows you yet again that only by tapping into something visceral can you mobilize users to action.
This is my all time favourite post on Growthhackers
I've been trying to internalize these lessons for a while now, but your post has really put the concepts into perspective. I still tend to write in chunky paragraphs - it's hard to break free, but I will work on it! The bucket brigades concept is incredibly helpful as well!
I have to say though - people who write LinkedIn posts...
really get on my nerves!
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