Social Media Slice for December 6, 2019: Shutterstock Reveals The New Color Trends For 2020; Facebook Ad Edits That Could Go Wrong; End-of-the-Year Cleanup Checklist for Macs


📌 Shutterstock Reveals The New Color Trends For 2020-
What are the hot colors to blend into pictures or use in ads for the coming year? Shutterstock crunched some numbers & colors.

“Shutterstock analyzed the image download data of its 1.9 million customers – designers, marketers, creatives, and bloggers who are already working in advance on campaigns and projects for 2020, mapping images’ individual pixels to their closest hex code, and was able to identify which colors had the greatest growth between 2018 and 2019.” – Linleigh Marie Master, writing in WERSM

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📌 Facebook Ad Edits That Could Go Wrong-
Not sure why, but let’s say you need to make a change in a profitable ad campaign. Then response and enhancement come crashing down. Jon Loomer has answers & suggestions.

“What happened is your ad set began performing optimally because it exited the learning phase and Facebook learned what it needed to learn to optimize distribution. But then you made a change and Facebook got confused, so everything started over. You may or may not ever reach that optimal performance level again.” -Jon Loomer

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📌 End-of-the-Year Cleanup Checklist for Macs-
Want to keep your Mac running smoothly into the new year and beyond? Time for a tune-up!

“Boasting gorgeous graphics and a simple, easy-to-use interface, the stable OS (powered by its Unix roots) is powerful, but it can become bogged down without proper maintenance.” – Jesus Vigo, writing in Tech Republic

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