This would be a *real* CSR effort, not the usual window-dressing campaigns.
LinkedIn is frequently overlooked in marketing plans, which is a mistake given how powerful a network promotional tool it is.
I’m pretty sure this is true of most of the companies who made big promises while pushing for the passage of the 2017 TCJA.
While I’m not a huge branded content fan, giving publishers an alternative to Facebook is a move in the right direction.
All while society minimalizes the cultural contributions of those non-white demographic groups.
I like it. More than anything it makes me wonder why more corporate logos aren’t being redesigned to incorporate the flat look of mobile icons on a phone screen, which would seem to be good for brand recognition.
Social platforms moving away from external “likes” and other soft engagement is being seen as a real problem for businesses. Without those largely meaningless and easily gamed numbers they might have to focus on actual, measurable goals. Bad news for those who haven’t been doing that all along.
These seems particularly toothless given the onus is completely on the influencer, who has no real incentive to police themselves or raise their hand if they break the rules.