Social Media Slice for September 27, 2019: Door Dash Confirms Data Breach; Ultimate Guide to Creating a Successful Instagram Marketing Strategy; Using Text to Find Google Photos


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Door Dash Confirms Data Breach-
This will be difficult for many to stomach but yet another online platform has been hacked. 4.9 million customers, delivery workers and merchants of Door Dash had their private information stolen by hackers on May 4th.

“DoorDash spokesperson Mattie Magdovitz blamed the breach on ‘a third-party service provider,’ but the third-party was not named. ‘We immediately launched an investigation and outside security experts were engaged to assess what occurred,’ she said.” – Zack Whittaker, writing for TechCrunch

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Ultimate Guide to Creating a Successful Instagram Marketing Strategy-
Well, that pretty much says it all. Whether you are a social media manager or a small biz owner, you will find useful tips in this definite 2nd ☕️reading.

“Gone are the days of posting randomly on Instagram with no thought behind each post. A content calendar is a tool that will help your business grow, make your life easier, and allow you to keep track of how your posts are performing. Using a content calendar to plan posts ahead of time allows your brand to create a continual flow of content that will keep your aesthetic consistent and help you implement your Instagram Marketing Strategy successfully.” – Rafaella Aguiar, writing for Jeff Bullas .com

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Using Text to Find Google Photos-
Finding photos just got easier for social media managers as well as general public thanks to Google Photos AI.

“Let’s say you have a massive collection of photos and you happen to need to locate only photos that contain specific words in them. With Google Photos, you can now do that. Even better, Google Photos can then parse the text in the photos and give you details about the text or copy the text, so you can then paste it elsewhere.” – Jack Wallen, writing for TechRepublic

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