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140 million. That's how many football (or soccer) fans are on Instagram. Over the course of World Cup 2018, these fans generated 11 million Instagram Stories related to the tournament, according to Facebook. The report also reveals that 9 out of 10 sports fans use a mobile device while watching games, with usage spiking during ad breaks.


  • Facebook is further increasing transparency by introducing info labels on paid partnership posts. Currently in test-mode, the Branded Content icon on posts will allow customers to see the context of the brand partnership. 
  • Instagram is testing a new feature that allows public accounts to remove followers. After rolling out the mute button, the platform is now giving users more control over who can view their content.
  • Twitter began its purge of inactive accounts from follower lists. Following the removals, some users have lost up to 70% of their following, giving brands and users alike a more accurate read on their true audience. 

KFC x Super Deluxe


In an effort to encourage pet adoptions, KFC partnered with entertainment website Super Deluxe to host a four-hour live stream featuring kittens playing with a cat tree shaped like Colonel Sanders.


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