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Dalgona coffee, the whipped drink that’s everywhere on TikTok, has become the perfect quarantine caffeine fix
Dalgona coffee, a whipped coffee drink that takes its name from a South Korean candy, is easy to make and all over TikTok and Instagram.
Serena Williams had a hilarious encounter with an alligator while walking in her neighborhood: ‘I ain’t trying to go out like that’
"Keep a safe distance," Williams said to the alligator. "He's social distancing! I know that's right. You stay six feet."
In a tearful video, a ‘Bachelor’ alum said she regretted not being a ‘parent first’ before her daughter’s skateboarding ...
'Bachelor' franchise alumna Michelle Money said that she had 'regret' for treating her daughter like a friend before a skateboarding accident.
I made Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura’s 5-ingredient grilled cheese and it was the best quarantine snack I’ve had
Bottura started sharing his family dinners while on lockdown in Italy through Instagram Live, and the episodes disappear after 24 hours.
Top brands suspend influencer affiliate programs, how social-media viewer habits are changing, and running sponsored posts during a crisis
This week's rundown includes how nano influencers make money on TikTok and how one creator is planning to launch a collab house.
How the coronavirus is changing the influencer business, according to marketers and top Instagram and YouTube creators
Business Insider spoke to influencer-marketing professionals across the industry to learn how they're adjusting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Even if your average teenager isn't a major social media influencer, they may know a thing or two about using social media than the average adult.
COOLEST JOBS IN TECH: An Instagram employee who works in sports partnerships on money advice, diversity, and the best company perks
Believe it or not, Instagram has a team of employees focused entirely on sports teams, leagues, and athletes.
New York is the epicenter of the US coronavirus outbreak, but a representative for Southwest Airlines said the passengers were "in good spirits."
Some of the biggest tech companies, like Facebook, Apple, Twitter, and Instagram, all started as side hustles.