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Brands rides on the trending Dalgona hashtag

The Dalgona coffee hashtag has been trending on social media. We, at afaqs!, kept an eye on brands slapping their names with it.
Social Media

Famous Innovations asks Google to add new feature to Google Maps

The Mumbai-based creative agency has asked Google to add the feature that will show crowds as red dots when the map is in walking mode
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“It’s about the first cut impression": Santosh Padhi, Taproot Dentsu

The co-founder and chief creative officer of Taproot Dentsu talks about art, shortened attention spans, and working from home
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Love in the time of quarantine

A photographer in Brooklyn, New York asked a girl out on a date during quarantine, using a drone. And, all this unfolded over social media
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Lifebuoy's TikTok challenge features an influencer from Dettol's campaign

Awez Darbar was recently seen taking part in the Lifebuoy handwash challenge on TikTok, only days after dancing in a similar video for Dettol
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Facebook's ad revenue affected by the Coronavirus outbreak

Facebook published a blog post on keeping services stable and reliable during the global Coronavirus pandemic - along with a footnote on ad revenue.
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Dineout changes Twitter tagline to support self-quarantine

Dineout has taken the high road with its decision to change its cover image on social channels - urging users to stay in and refrain from using the app.
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Mumbai Police keeps it real on Twitter

Uses memes and pop culture references to spread calm and make people aware of dos and don’ts against COVID - 19.
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Why are people trolling HUL on Twitter?

#BoycottHUL was listed as 'Trending in India' on Twitter on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Tweets criticised Hindustan Unilever for being 'opportunistic'
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Lifebuoy's 'Bunty, tera sabun slow hai kya?' ad becomes meme fodder

The young scout from Lifebuoy's 2013 TVC resurfaced in memes on Twitter amid the COVID-19 threat. In 2013, he was ridiculed, but now, he's a hero
Social Media

Brands rides on the trending Dalgona hashtag

The Dalgona coffee hashtag has been trending on social media. We, at afaqs!, kept an eye on brands slapping their names with it.
Social Media

Famous Innovations asks Google to add new feature to Google Maps

The Mumbai-based creative agency has asked Google to add the feature that will show crowds as red dots when the map is in walking mode
Social Media

“It’s about the first cut impression": Santosh Padhi, Taproot Dentsu

The co-founder and chief creative officer of Taproot Dentsu talks about art, shortened attention spans, and working from home
Social Media

Love in the time of quarantine

A photographer in Brooklyn, New York asked a girl out on a date during quarantine, using a drone. And, all this unfolded over social media
Social Media

Lifebuoy's TikTok challenge features an influencer from Dettol's campaign

Awez Darbar was recently seen taking part in the Lifebuoy handwash challenge on TikTok, only days after dancing in a similar video for Dettol
Social Media

Facebook's ad revenue affected by the Coronavirus outbreak

Facebook published a blog post on keeping services stable and reliable during the global Coronavirus pandemic - along with a footnote on ad revenue.
Social Media

Dineout changes Twitter tagline to support self-quarantine

Dineout has taken the high road with its decision to change its cover image on social channels - urging users to stay in and refrain from using the app.
Social Media

Mumbai Police keeps it real on Twitter

Uses memes and pop culture references to spread calm and make people aware of dos and don’ts against COVID - 19.
Social Media

Why are people trolling HUL on Twitter?

#BoycottHUL was listed as 'Trending in India' on Twitter on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Tweets criticised Hindustan Unilever for being 'opportunistic'
Social Media

Lifebuoy's 'Bunty, tera sabun slow hai kya?' ad becomes meme fodder

The young scout from Lifebuoy's 2013 TVC resurfaced in memes on Twitter amid the COVID-19 threat. In 2013, he was ridiculed, but now, he's a hero