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[Ep 54] News this week! Nintendo brings back SNES Classic preloaded with 21 games, AdHawk acquired Automated Ads and Spotify launched ‘Rise’ to promote new and upcoming artists! Make your mark in the digital world around you in just 2 minutes with these bytes. Every Tuesday at 2:22.

Nintendo launches SNES Classic


September 27, 2017 – I guess Christmas came early for the Nintendo fans.

The SNES classic that Nintendo recently launched brings back 21 games, which will surely make you nostalgic.

It surely has some additions like the rewind button.

But in all $80 is definitely worth for a true Nintendo products collector

AdHawk acquires Automate Ads


October 18, 2017 – The Google and Facebook ad campaigns will surely get an upgrade with Ad Hawak acquiring Automate Ads

According to AdHawk co-founder and CEO Todd Saunders, AdHawk has now become more of a platform from just a tool.

It will be focused on providing data and tool to better optimize existing campaigns

Spotify launched ‘RISE’


October 20, 2017 – I think oct is the launch month, with Google, Microsoft, Amazon etc introducing new products, Spotify to have joined the race with a new program for new artists and up-and-comers, known as RISE.

With 140 million listeners, Spotify aims to launch new talent, which includes promotion on the app, editorially-programmed playlists, and even through out-of-home advertising, TV ads, and digital and social promotions.

The program is, for now, available only in U.S., Canada, and U.K, and aims to launch four new artists every month with the goal of launching 16 artists per year

Until Next Tuesday…

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Mouneeb is an experienced digital marketing strategist with a passion for helping clients achieve their goals online. With over 15 years of experience in designing, developing, and managing a team that develops top-notch web projects, he brings a wealth of information to the teams that he leads and the leaders that he follows.

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