How do you sell to young people in the age of adblock? Forget snapbacks on Twitter, avoid drama-prone influencers, and beware the double-edged sword of #woke-ness. Elizabeth suggests where you might want to head instead.
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- We missed last month because of The Drowsy Chaperone
- That time when Arby’s tweeted about its waifu
- Fast food Twitter accounts sassing each other over and over
- Todd in the Shadows disapproves
- Technically, a corporation is like a person under the law, but they don’t need to act like it
- The whole Gritty thing
- Did the Oilers Win?
- The Starbucks influencer campaign with drag queens and beauty YouTubers
- That Fyre Festival doc
- We always end up talking about Jake Paul (Episode 2) and Logan Paul (Episode 3)
- Linda Hoang, a good influencer who adds a lot to the conversation on Don’t Call Me A Guru
- The James Charles situation
- Kermit sipping tea meme
- hbomberguy on woke brands
- Nike did well with Colin Kaepernick ad but also faces backlash to policy for pregnant employees
- Pride Skittles
- Not-very-old things that Elizabeth sees nostalgia for:
- The campaign to get Avengers: Endgame to beat Avatar at the box office
- The Evil Duolingo Owl meme
- The Starbucks cup in Game of Thrones
- The Blair Witch Project’s viral marketing
- Noted memester Elon Musk
- Philosophy Tube explains how Elon Musk appropriates counter-culture
- Sorry for the McDonald’s ear worm
- The Edmonton Public Library, provider of the Overdue Finds podcast and Kanopy
- Unit B Coworking, home base of the Alberta Podcast Network and Taproot Edmonton (which makes Speaking Municipally)
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What is That's a Thing?!?
A sometimes belated, already outdated guide to your teens, tweens and everything under 20. In each episode, Elizabeth, a teenager, explains a thing to Karen, her mother. And Karen tells Elizabeth how that thing relates to something she knows. Maybe.