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S01E11

GameStop rules! Or was it Reddit?

Feb 1, 2021 | Episodes

Hi, Welcome back!
In this episode, I talked about Reddit’s impact on Wall Street, with shares from GameStop, AMC Entertainment, and BlackBerry having an increase of over 1000% in some cases.
I also talked about how Apple is killing IDFA, why it makes Facebook mad and how the future could look after others like Google follow through.
Finally, I talked about Super-Bowl LV Advertisements, Barilla’s great example of how to do an extended product, and my thoughts after my first week on ClubHouse App.
I hope you enjoy this episode! 😃

1️⃣ HEADLINES:

  • GameStop wins big thanks to subreddit forum
Sources: Vox
  • Bye bye IDFA.
Sources: Digiday
  • The future of online advertising.
Sources: AdAge
  • Barilla’s pasta timer playlists.
Sources: MarketingDive

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🔊 Music & Sound arrangement by @dosdosmusic

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