May 31, 2021
Gearing up for Growth: May 2021

Call me a marketing nerd, but I love seeing what other companies are doing with their marketing and reading in-depth articles about specific topics. I hope this recap inspires you to think more creatively about your business’ marketing, so without further ado, here are some of the best articles I read last month:

Consumers want more, but marketing still has a colorism problem - here are 4 tips to combat colorism and build a more inclusive brand.

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While the majority of consumers say brands need to act now for the good of society & the planet, 71% of them are tired of empty promises.

Instagram is promising changes to its algorithm, after internal employees complained it was censuring pro-Palestinian content.

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