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Portfolio, but make it showreel 😜

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Portfolio, but make it showreel 😜

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Bob Marley’s son Ky-Mani singing Three Little Birds with the Ajax fans in 2018. What a sound 😍 🇯🇲🇳🇱
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The shirt is new but the love is not 🇯🇲🇳🇱
If you're wondering how popular the new Ajax kit is, there's currently a queue for the website like they just had a PS5 restock

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Being creative is draining. Here's my cheat sheet so you'll never run out of marketing inspiration. 12 easy ways to generate content ideas:
1/ Look at replies. LinkedIn, Twitter, your private Slack for customers — wherever your community is most engaged. What questions did they ask? What was most liked or shared?
2/ Talk to your personal Customer Advisory Board. You have a few customer BFFs, right? Email or text them hello. See how they're doing, ask what's on their mind, or get their opinion on a recent post you published.
Amanda Natividad @amandanatActual marketing hack: Create your own personal Customer Advisory Board. 1. Get to know 3-4 of your customers. 2. Befriend them naturally. 3. Run ideas by them — copywriting, blog topics, events, etc. twitter.com
3/ Read through customer support tickets. Look for common and recent pain points. Write something that guides readers to the solution.
4/ Ask your sales team for FAQs. Or skim their notes in the CRM. Uncover reasons customers don't sign on. Let that guide your next playbook or case study.
5/ Join the next demo call. See your product through your customer's POV. Better yet, join 3 demos and create content that reduces time for your sales team and customers. A refreshed deck. A punchy Loom video. A new email sequence.
6/ Listen to recordings of sales calls. Aside from topic ideas, you'll also get to hear your customers' voice, tone and vocabulary, and maybe even get a sense of their lifestyle. (h/t @rhythm_b)
7/ Check Google Search Console. You'll see what readers are searching for when they stumble upon your site. Look at the queries that garnered impressions but no clicks. Even better if it's "how to" content. (h/t @stephiehardman)
8/ Tune into a webinar. Maybe it's a competing brand. Or maybe it's a brand you admire. Analyze how they structure the content, and stick around for Q&A to see if any of the questions inspire you.
9/ Hang out where your audience is. Run a @sparktoro search for a Twitter account your audience follows. You'll see common phrases they use, other social accounts they follow, websites they visit, and more. Get inspired. (Shameless plug, but hey, we offer a free plan.)
10/ Have a quick conversation with a coworker. Many of us are still WFH, so we're having fewer hallway convos. That's where great ideas come from. Try to recreate that serendipity. See if you can hop on a same-day call with a coworker and just catch up. Riff on ideas.
11/ Listen to a new podcast... and let your mind wander. Step away from your computer. Put in your headphones, and play an industry podcast while you do a mindless chore. We get our best ideas when we're moving. Listen, react, and pay attention to your "Ooh!" moments.
12/ Collect and repackage content. Take all the content you've ever created on a given topic, and bundle it into a guide: • 16 Ways to Do X • The Definitive Guide to Y • Everything You Need to Know About Z If you have a solid SEO strategy, collecting this should be easy.

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Steve Jobs was a visionary, innovator, and hell of a marketer. Guy Kawasaki said, "Steve was the greatest marketer ever." His approach was the base for building the most valuable company in the world. Here are 11 marketing lessons from Steve Jobs that will catapult growth 🧵
1. Stand For Something In 1977, Apple laid down their principles. It was labeled "The Apple Marketing Philosophy." It laid the ground for everything they stood for. Empathy - Understanding People Focus - Do few things well Impute - Great Marketing
2. A Great Product Is Great Marketing A great product markets itself Jobs knew good brands were built on great products. Not advertising. Each time a product was released -- excellence was expected. This made the value of Apple's products evident to consumers.
3. Sell An Idea or Status Steve Jobs was an innovator who moved the world forward. This was also the idea/status Apple sold. People who use Apple products can also move the world forward.
4. And Sell What The Product Does For People Steve Jobs never sold the product. Or the benefits. He sold what the product did for consumers. How does this Apple product make your life a little better.
5. Tell Stories. The idea/status was sold through storytelling. The "Think Different" campaign focused on the people who thought different and changed the world. And if you bought an Apple product, you thought different. Because you too, could change the world.
6. Inspire Jobs used storytelling to inspire consumers. Everything from the product to the marketing inspired people to 'Dream Bigger.' This meant every time Apple released a new product -- you could achieve bigger. This kept bringing consumers back over and over again.
7. Create Brand Advocates By inspiring users to take on this mission of changing the world -- Jobs turned consumers into raving fans. They felt as if they were part of a movement. Something larger than themselves. Apple's advocacy resulted in a cult-like fan base.
8. Us vs. Them Cults have an Us vs. Them mentality. Exhibit A: Mac vs. PC Exhibit B: iPhone vs. Android Jobs knew the best superheroes always had villains they had to defeat. So he built an army to make it happen.
9. Word of Mouth Us vs. Them leads to fans who do all the marketing for you. Why? Because they NEVER want to lose to the opposition. So they go on and on about why Apple is the best. This is an organic marketing machine.
10. Secrets Create Suspense Cult-like fans meant they always wanted to know what Apple was up to. Apple knew this. Before releases, they would drop a hint, then a rumor, then a conflicting rumor, and the buzz would get going. Plus Job's infamous "Oh, one more thing"
11. Experiences Over Campaigns This all worked because every aspect was part of the experience. From the keynotes to the releases to the second you got an Apple product -- it all created an emotional response. Every little bit inspired you to do more.
Follow me @alexgarcia_atx if you want to turn your marketing dollars into revenue. Expect more: - copywriting tips - growth marketing optimization - marketing automation - ad development - landing page dev
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TL;DR 1. Stand For Something 2. Great Product Is Great Marketing 3. Sell An Idea/Status 4. And Sell The Benefit 5. Tell Stories 6. Inspire Through Stories 7. Create Advocates 8. Through An Us vs. Them Model 9. Drive Word of Mouth 10. Create Suspense 11. Focus on experiences

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You don't need a marketing degree to become a great marketer. Here's everything you should know to start a marketing career:
We start with the marketing fundamentals by Philip Kotler (skip to 5:25) He was one of the "founders" of textbook marketing and is a great storyteller. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sR-qL7QdVZQ
Steve Jobs in one of the most underrated marketing speeches ever. Everyone thinks marketing = ads. Steve explains how that's completely false and what it's all about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keCwRdbwNQY&t=6s
The power of a brand is huge. And, unfortunately, not all brands are created equal. Seth Godin explains what it means to have a real brand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPK_qzeH_yk
Perception is everything in marketing. Dave Sutherland has a brilliant talk on it. A real eye-opener for many. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iueVZJVEmEs
If you can tell a story you can sell something. This is a great talk by Dave Lieber. He masters the art of storytelling. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Bo3dpVb5jw
This is the infamous talk from Simon Sinek "Start with why" It's a brilliant way to visualize how you should talk about your business and how to get raving fans instead of commodity-buyers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp0HIF3SfI4
Marketers are just like teachers. They have to embrace making mistakes and they have to be highly intuned to their audience who are "in pain". This is a great talk (aspiring) marketers can learn a lot from. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwTpfVQgkU0
Positioning is an important part of a marketer's job. You need to know who to target and how to position your product. That doesn't always involve (a low) price. This is a nice (short) talk on that topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugYeT3sxuQw
Finding out why people buy your product, what job needs to be done is a crucial part of being a marketer. Clayton Christensen has written the book on that. In this talk at Google, you'll learn a ton of interesting marketing angles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHdS_4GsKmg
One of the great new ways to make money is bundling and unbundling. Create the "light" version of what [insert fortune 500 business] does. Create a better version of a small part of what [insert fortune 500 business] does. Ben Thompson on (un)bundling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUsoGDqjVsQ
Whether you're pitching clients or pitching customers, you need to find a great hook to get people to stay put and buy (your story). Who other than Don Draper from Mad Men to teach us the ropes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y4b-DEkIps
This is just me loving Rory Sutherland. Quick video that will open your eyes to a new marketing view. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7ofciW85JY
As a marketer, you need to be creative. You need to be original. You need to avoid being a dime a dozen at all costs. This is a great talk on how to improve your creativity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxbCHn6gE3U
Dan Ariely is a genius writer and a genius economist. In this talk at Google, he shines the light on why irrationality is so important for marketers to understand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZv--sm9XXU

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Our squad for #Tokyo2020 🇩🇪

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The hard lessons love has taught me 1/7
Love is not static. I have changed, she has changed, and our love will change; this will happen at different times and in different ways. Some change will be easier to accept than others. 2/7
Love is very insecure. You will question the limits of love's flexibility. After being pushed and stretched by the tribulations of life, you will always worry about how love will look when it snaps back into place? Will I recognise it, does it return new and uncomfortable?
Funny story (for nerds and marvel fans)... To this day, my wife has watched every single Marvel movie with me.The same woman who once asked me how Batman could die in the Dark Knight, and still be in the next X men movie? 4/7
I struggled with one episode of Real Housewives, but my wife hangs in there through Wolverine reboots, FF remakes and Infinity wars. It sounds small, but to me, her commitment is love. It taught me that people are only as compatible as the effort they invest into a relationship
Love will always have the capacity to hurt you. From friendship to marriage, love never loses the ability to cut deep. Is this a good or a bad thing? The capacity to hurt is the capacity to still feel. Isn’t feeling better than not caring at all? I’m still learning.
Just wanted to share some thoughts Check out my newsletter for my more in depth stuff, all content is currently free. Feel free to support my work with the £10 a monthly subscription option (receive two newsletters a week and more exclusive features) https://kingsolomon.substack.com/p/the-reality-of-marriage

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Group Getaway Spots In Ghana (Thread) 🥂
Ps. These aren't budget-friendly. Mostly in Accra or close enough. All rates in dollars (Not my doing) Visit the links attached to book and make ALL other inquiries.
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Bamboo Mansion, Accra A beautifully structured home with a private pool in Adjiringanor, 20 minutes from Kotoka International Airport. The rate starts at $450 and it can host up to 14 guests. Book here https://abnb.me/pTz5aDDOohb
The Hyacinth, Vume This is a 4 bedroom lake house with luxury fittings and fantastic views of the Volta lake. This home also comes with a lovely garden and refreshing swimming pool also overlooking the Volta lake. Book via https://www.instagram.com/thehyacinth_vume
TNT Chalet, Ada TNT Beach House also called TNT Chalet in Ada Foah is an excellent spot for you and the squad! This 4 bedrooms en-suite beach house has a big air-conditioned living room, some bedrooms come with a view of the Volta lake. Rates start at $400 per night on weekdays
Detailed info about TNT Chalet here http://maajoa.com/2020/12/08/the-tnt-experience/
The Shire, Kokrobite The Shire is a 3 bedroom private beach house located in Kokrobite with a beautiful big pool and a lush green environment. This home goes for approximately $700 a night and perfect for a quiet getaway. No parties allowed! Book via https://abnb.me/cRr77Y4Rohb
Suntaa Beach Box, Awutu-Senya Cabins are designed to provide panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and both have access to a private beach. Each has a beachfront terrace with a hot tub and a backyard garden terrace. Rates start at $190 Book here https://abnb.me/caZU3ShSohb
Kemsville, Kokrobite This is a 3 bedroom en suite beachfront property located at Kokrobite. The beautiful home provides views of the sea and has private access to the beach. Rates start from $200 Book here https://abnb.me/tHSv4xdSohb
Detailed blog post with additional places via http://maajoa.com/2021/06/26/group-getaway-spots-in-ghana/

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Planning a wedding anytime soon? This is how much your dream wedding could cost you at these prime locations: 1. Safari Valley • ¢89,000 for 50 people • 139,600 for 100 people • ¢189,600 for ¢150 people and • 239,600 for 200 people (+¢30,000-¢40,000 for decor)
The package includes: • 1 premium cabin for the couple • 2 Vacation Homes for 12 people • 3 Carts for transportation • A Horse Carriage for the brides entrance • Finger Foods at the chapel • Buffet for the reception.
2. Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City • Happily Ever After Package - ¢123,825+ (¢825.5 pp, min. 150) • Love Story Package - ¢104,775+ (¢698.50 pp, min. 150) • Wedded Bliss Package - ¢85,725+ (¢571.50 pp, min. 150) • Cedar Garden Package - ¢31,750 (Exclusive of decor)
The first 3 packages are for receptions and come with exclusive use of a banquet hall, a wedding specialist, food and drinks.
3. Tang Palace • Ballroom- ¢18,720 ($ 3200) • Event Center Garden- ¢17,550 ($3000) • Poolside Area- ¢16,380 ($2800) Food prices start from ¢220 pp. You may be entitled to a 50% discount for food as part of your package. You have the option of outsourcing catering & decor.
4. Labadi Beach Hotel • Banquet Hall (Indoor) - $6000. Seats 250 people. • Beach Garden (Outdoor) - $3000. Seats up to $800. The Food and Drinks package is between $65 - $120, and they offer discounts on complete packages (Spaces + Food).
5. Aqua Safari • ¢21,351.55 for 50 people and • ¢32,000 for 100 people Their package includes: • Beach front location (minus decor) for ceremony • Enclosed Reception area (minus decor) • Room for the couple for 2 nights • 4 Rooms for the bridal team
• 4 Rooms for the vendors • Breakfast on the boat for the couple • Food & Drinks for guests (No outside catering allowed) • Horse ride for the couple Extras  • Bridal Boat Escort - ¢800 • Music - ¢1,500
6. Red Carpet Events Center 1. East Legon • Venue only- ¢14,000 on Weekends, ¢9,500 on Weekdays. • Venue + Decor Packages - ¢24000 -¢67,500 2. Spintex • Venue only- ¢15,000 on Weekends, ¢10,500 on Weekdays. • Venue + Decor Packages - ¢25,500 -¢68,500
7. Unique Floral Events Center Venue only: • Indoor- ¢22,000.Seats 800 • Outdoor- ¢10,000.Seats 500 They handle the decor themselves but are unable to give price ranges without a specific idea. Package includes washrooms,kitchen area for vendors,acs,changing rooms and a pool.
8. Accra Marriott Hotel • Bronze - ¢48,000+ / $8000+ ($80 per person, min. 100) • Silver - ¢57,000+ / $9500+ ($95 per person, min. of 100) • Gold - ¢75,000+ / $12,500+ ($125 per person, min. of 100) • Platinum - ¢90,000+ / $15,000+ ($150 per person, min. of 100)
Each package comes with food, minimal setup (chairs and tables), drinks, a ballroom, gazebo area and audio visual equipment. Minus wedding decor.
9. Savannah Tea Garden Venue only rate: • ¢4500- 0-29 • ¢6000- 30- 50 • ¢12000- 51-100 • ¢24000- 101-350 exclusive of VAT. Marque & tent rates, which are also exclusive of VAT and set up charges start from ¢4000 for 50 guests to ¢15,000 for 100, depending on the type.
All wedding packages come with wedding coordinator service. Food packages start from ¢130 per person. Their website gives an instant quote, and a ceremony and reception with 100 guests minus food costs around ¢35,000, while one with food costs somewhere north of ¢70,000.
10. Royal Senchi • Conference Room- ¢15,000 • Riverside Lawn- ¢46,500 + ¢120,000. In addition to the base rate of ¢15,000, a minimum of 15 rooms ($350 x 15 = $5250) must be booked in order to use the Riverside Lawn for the ceremony & 50 for the reception ($17,500).
Food is $45-$60 per person with an open bar for $25-$50pp. There is a cocktail menu (canapes) which is $20-$40 per person with a minimum 30 people. Read all the package details on http://www.zubzz.com/blog
11. Pearly Gate Gardens Venue only • Hall only - ¢18,000 • Garden only - ¢8,000 • Garden + Hall - ¢26,000

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Sir, this is a Morty’s.

Live Text is amazing. Can already see it used for a nice ARG social campaign:

imagine leaving Easter eggs in photos for people to piece together, maybe a secret phase or a phone number? #WWDC21

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Live Text is amazing. Can already see it used for a nice ARG social campaign:

imagine leaving Easter eggs in photos for people to piece together, maybe a secret phase or a phone number? #WWDC21

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A thread on my fav comms strategy over the last 10 years. I'm doing a live webinar on how to write a comms strategy next week. You can sign up here; https://strategyfinishingschool.com/how-to-write-a-communication-strategy/
Created at BBH when I was there, Cole Haan wanted to communicate that there shoe didn't stop you from going home (sore feet). Comms Strategy was all around surround the 16th hour of being on your feet (media placements at night). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DP1ZSoAfIHo
Newcastle Beer/Droga5 was the working class no bullshit beer. Comms strategy was to parody all the over the top media placements of beers ads in the Superbowl. https://youtu.be/6nKkOjkKyf8
BBH/House Of Cards - FU 2016 was launching a new season. Comms strategy was to launch like a politician, announced new season during the political debates and created a campaign HQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJEqlLGb6K4

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People rarely share their struggles online, esp. in marriage. This thread is inspiring. 👏🏿 1/4
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📌36-year-old Nelson Boateng has made history in Ghana for successfully putting up a house using plastic waste.

@Portia_TV3GH got up close to the inventor to understand what inspired him to undertake such a project.

#TV3GH

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📌36-year-old Nelson Boateng has made history in Ghana for successfully putting up a house using plastic waste.

@Portia_TV3GH got up close to the inventor to understand what inspired him to undertake such a project.

#TV3GH

They don’t make them like this anymore. One of my favourite ads.

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They don’t make them like this anymore. One of my favourite ads.

You can’t stay in Ghana and be Sad 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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You can’t stay in Ghana and be Sad 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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15 years ago this startup had 9 employees working for free. Today it's the 2nd most visited site in the world. There are a few strategies that seperate remarkable companies from the rest. Here are 9 insights from @YouTube's pitch deck that led to their $1.65B acquisition👇
Tip #1: Make your vision actionable I love a grand vision, but if it can't be measured it can't be achieved. They want to be: ✅ The primary outlet of user-generated video ✅ Allow anyone to upload, share and browse this content Create a compelling and measurable vision.
Tip #2: Solve your own problems Steve Chen, the co-founder, took a video of a birthday party. They wanted to email the video to guests but the file was too large. That's when they thought of YouTube. Solving your own problem gives you unique insights. Focus there.
Tip #3: Good product > growth hack YouTube wasn't taking off. They posted on Craigslist saying if any attractive females posted videos to YouTube they would pay them money 😂 That didn't work. What did work is when they created community features in their product.
Tip #4: Build where the market is growing Their current stats: ✔️ 5B videos views a day ✔️ 500m hours of video uploaded a minute ✔️ 2nd most visited site (after Google) In hindsight it's obvious that a video network would be huge. Find maturing markets and build there.
Tip #5: Don't focus on the competition Competition is rarely why companies fail. Now, YouTube is valued well over $160b. Vimeo is going public in Q2 at around a $6b valuation. And 80% of daily motion got acquired for $241m in 2015. Business isn't a zero sum game.
Tip #6: Focus on your core product YouTube after all of these years still has the same core functionality. They didn't get info photos or gifs. They didn't try to copy Instagram. Continue to perfect your core product and everything else will figure itself out.
Tip #7: Know your bread and butter Advertising is still their bread and butter In 2020 YouTube's ad revenue was $19.7b (I helped contribute to that). It took 10 years to launch YouTube premium and YouTube TV. And YouTube premium is basically just an ad blocker on their videos
Tip #8: Find your people YouTube is part of the "PayPal mafia". Steve originally came up with the idea, Chad was the designer, and Jawed is the guy from YouTubes first video "Me at the Zoo". They recruited people to work for free who believed in their vision.
Tip #9: Be patient YouTube was: Founded on 2/14/2005 Acquired on 10/9/2006 That's a year a half to a $1b acquisition. This is how people portray success, but it's rarely how it happens. Take your time, and don't measure your success next to someone else.
Thanks for reading. Follow @Adam_Ha_Yes for more. I'm going to be doing Mint next! RT greatly appreciated 🙏
Takeaways #1 Make your vision actionable #2 Solve your own problems #3 Good product > growth hacking #4 Build where the market is growing #5 Don't focus on the competition #6 Focus on your core product #7 Know your bread and butter #8 Find your people #9 Be patient

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Thread of some of our favourite performances from last night’s @3musicAwards!🔥🔥 We can’t stop talking about the music performances shot & directed by @Davidnicolsey 🔗: https://harmattanrain.com/harmattan-rain-boarding-pass-david-nicole-sey/
. @AmgMedikal - La Hustle w/. @CrissWaddle & @OgeeTheMc live at the @3musicAwards ✨ Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/ryfVw8Vpw4Q
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. @1RealJoeyB - Akobam / Cold w/. @OgeeTheMc live at the @3musicAwards ❄️ Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/ryfVw8Vpw4Q
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. @YAWTOG_ - Sore live at the @3musicAwards 🏆 Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/V48-0gjHfLo
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. @KofiJamar - Ekorso w/. @YAWTOG_ & @ypeegh live at the @3musicAwards 🥶 Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/V48-0gjHfLo
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. @Gyakie_ - Forever live at the @3musicAwards 💕 Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/Ta4kR4W1EcI
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Osibisa Tribute w/. @mrdrewofficial, @KiDiMusic & @KofiJamar live at the @3musicAwards 👑 Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/ZpWQBguoBuI
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. @KwekuFlick - Money live at the @3musicAwards 💰 Full performance 🔗: https://youtu.be/FjEXfK8Qo-8
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The Menu Court: The #BurgerKing menu turned into a basketball court. Score from products and get them for free. Awesome stuff from Burger King Spain, @NBA2K21 and @weareDAVIDmad. #Marketing #Creativity

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The Menu Court: The #BurgerKing menu turned into a basketball court. Score from products and get them for free. Awesome stuff from Burger King Spain, @NBA2K21 and @weareDAVIDmad. #Marketing #Creativity

This new Coors Seltzer ad is literally a TikTok trend. It’s truly wild how big of an influence this app has on everything. I love this

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This new Coors Seltzer ad is literally a TikTok trend. It’s truly wild how big of an influence this app has on everything. I love this

Powerful PSA. Thinking about having a gun at home? Just don’t.

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Powerful PSA. Thinking about having a gun at home? Just don’t.

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I speak many languages but needed my bro @paulpogba’s help for some translations 🌍😄#PopFizzAhh #Fortheloveofit @pepsiglobal #SecurethePackage !

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I speak many languages but needed my bro @paulpogba’s help for some translations 🌍😄#PopFizzAhh #Fortheloveofit @pepsiglobal #SecurethePackage !

There’s been a lot said lately about our dear social media intern, Bruce. And now, Bruce would like to say a few words…

#SteadyAsSheGoes #BruceReynolds

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There’s been a lot said lately about our dear social media intern, Bruce. And now, Bruce would like to say a few words…

#SteadyAsSheGoes #BruceReynolds

Only 24% of chef positions in US are occupied by women.

That’s why the BK Foundation launched a culinary scholarship program to bring more women to leadership positions in the industry.

Women belong in the kitchen if they want to work there. And hopefully in leadership roles.

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Only 24% of chef positions in US are occupied by women.

That’s why the BK Foundation launched a culinary scholarship program to bring more women to leadership positions in the industry.

Women belong in the kitchen if they want to work there. And hopefully in leadership roles.

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For their contact details(numbers,email adresses + the full post etc 👇🏾

http://zubzz.com/blog/aquasafari

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