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Posted on: 08/14/15, 3:03pm


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Hillz Tweets 3 Emoji Review on Student Loans

We were stoked to see Hillary Clinton jump on the 3 Emoji Review bandwagon this week. Although it appears that her tweet asking people to give a 3 Emoji Review of their student loans didn’t quite work out in her favor. Regardless, imitation is the highest form of flattery. This tweet has been approved by @SecretsCity.

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Gender-Neutral Target Troll Wins on Facebook

The news broke earlier this week that Target is moving towards gender-neutral in-store labeling for toys. But the real news broke yesterday when a fake account started trolling the Target Facebook Page and responding to angry comments. High five to Mike Melgaard, the Facebook user that posed as Ask ForHelp (aka Target’s fake customer support) for 16 hours before getting shut down. You gave us all a good laugh. The red shirt and khaki pants crew salutes you.

Speaking of all those people commenting on Facebook…

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Facebook Announces New Messaging Update for Business Pages

Facebook is allowing people and businesses to communicate faster and easier. Now, businesses can respond to Facebook posts and comments to their Page with a private message. Similarly, people can start to send private messages directly to a business through a local awareness ad. All of you who have been wanting brands to pick up their customer service game on Facebook, consider your day made.

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