Social Media Slice for November 8, 2019: WhatsApp Launches Product Catalogs for Small Businesses; 8 Best Instagram Tools for Massive Instagram Growth in 2020; How to Use Advanced Search in Gmail


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πŸ“Œ WhatsApp Launches Product Catalogs for Small Businesses-
Monetization take one giant leap forward at WhatsApp. Brands will soon be able to share more info & images of products in their WhatsApp Business listings!

“Catalogs are a mobile storefront for businesses to showcase and share their goods so people can easily browse and discover something they would like to buy. Previously businesses had to send product photos one at a time and repeatedly provide information β€” now customers can see their full catalog right within WhatsApp. This makes business owners look more professional and keeps customers engaged in the chat without having to visit a website.” – WhatsApp

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πŸ“Œ 8 Best Instagram Tools for Massive Instagram Growth in 2020-
Instagram may be a fun platform to visit but if you are a social media manager, it is also a workplace. Your job is to increase followers & engagement for your client’s business. Jeff Bullas has 8 suggestions to do just that!

“Kicksta is an Instagram growth service that helps you attract your ideal audience and grow your following on autopilot.

Kicksta’s growth methods are simple and organic. Describe your ideal follower and Kicksta will find and engage with users who match your specification.” – Jeff Bullas

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SLICE INGREDIENTS

πŸ“Œ How to Use Advanced Search in Gmail-
Yes, you know how to use the standard search option in Gmail to find EVERYTHING a sender sent. But what if you want to find a specific email amongst hundreds from one sender? Go through them all?

“Instead, take advantage of the Gmail Advanced Search feature. It’s really quite easy to use, and it empowers you to be able to narrow down your search results by subject, keywords, size, date, attachment, and more.” – Jack Wallen, writing for TechRepublic

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