Burger King Tweets on International Womens day

Burger King UK under fire for tweeting ‘Women belong in the kitchen’ tweet on International Women’s Day

With yesterday being International Womens Day, many social media accounts for companies were posting about it. From messages thanking their female members of staff, to empowering posts about equality and raising funds for womens rights charities, there was a wide array of social media being used for good. However, there is always some attempts that…

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Cosmetics and skin care manufacturer L’Oréal announces massive rise in online sales

  L’Oréal SA saw a 52% rise in online sales in 2019, the company has announced, from $3.39 billion to $5.14 billion. In a statement, the company said “Ecommerce is a unique opportunity to make more women and men discover our brand and our products” Ecommerce helped make up 16% of the companies sales last…

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Millions in ad spend will be invisible to advertisers as Google changes search term report

  Google has begun to notify advertisers that they will stop showing search queries that triggered their adverts where there is not “significant” data The search engine giant has not said what defines “significant” for them and has left many advertisers both confused and angry with the little communication around this announcement Digital agency Seer…

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Canada faces down Google and Facebook as regulation for social media sites is drafted

  Heritage minister Steven Guilbeault has said that “The Canadian government stands with our Australian partners and denounces any form of threats”, after Google and Facebook have threatened to suspend services in the country This comes after the Australian government proposed new laws that would regulate social media sites and make them pay money to…

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