Home Instagram testing influencer profiles Author Previous ArticleGuest Blog: Why do Instant Games matter?Next ArticleZamtel launches retail mobile payments app Related Tags Instagram ups features for businesses, content creators Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 13 DEC 2018 A small group of Instagram influencers are testing an account interface tailored for them, as the photo sharing app looks to make it easier for creators to build their personal brands and fan base.The Hollywood Reporter said certain high-profile individuals such as digital influencers and artists have been given access to specialised tools so they can get in-depth analytics on account growth and activity. The plan is to roll this out to the wider community in 2019.Ashley Yuki, an Instagram product manager, told the publication creators “are an important part of our community. We want to make sure that Instagram is the best place, and the easiest place, to build fan communities and personal brands.”Meanwhile Vishal Shah, an executive who oversaw advertising products and the IGTV video service, has been promoted to VP of product, media reports state.The post used to be held by Adam Mosseri until he was promoted to head of the company after its founders left earlier this year. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Apps Facebook continues content crusade Saleha Riaz Nuevas funciones de Instagram para empresas y creadores de contenido Instagram
Pinterest Google+ Twitter IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market WhatsApp Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest By Jon Zimney – July 7, 2019 0 392 Governor Holcomb details next round of Community Crossings grant program Facebook Previous articleVA moves to “clarify, simplify” religious policiesNext articleTwo weekend motorcycle crashes in Michiana Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Twitter (Photo supplied/State of Indiana) Governor Eric Holcomb announced today the next call for Community Crossing grant program projects is open for shovel-ready local road construction projects.Community Crossings is a part of Governor Holcomb’s Next Level Roads program which is a fully funded 20-year plan that will enhance Indiana’s highways and local roads.Projects that are eligible for funding through Community Crossings can include road reconstruction, bridge rehabilitation, road resurfacing and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance in connection with road projects. Also eligible for funds are material costs for chip sealing and crack filling operations.Any projects that are submitted for funding to the Indiana Department of Transportation will be evaluated on need, traffic volume, local support, impact on connectivity, mobility within the community and regional significance.Community Crossings is open to all government units in Indiana.The state has awarded more than $500 million in matching funds to support local road and bridge projects around Indiana over the last three years. The House Enrolled Act 1002 was passed by the legislature and signed into law by Governor Holcomb in April of 2017 which allowed Community Crossings to receive long-term funding.Governor Holcomb says “Our transportation infrastructure plays a crucial role in ensuring Hoosier residents and businesses reach their full potential. Community Crossings is a partnership between the state and local communities to make meaningful investments in transportation to catalyze economic growth, add jobs, attract and retain talent, all while promoting safety on every mile.”Joe McGuinness, Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Transportation said “Community Crossings is a tremendously valuable tool to cities, towns, and counties as they build and maintain their local transportation assets. Local roads are the first and last mile of the state’s transportation system. Because of that, INDOT is committed to partnering with communities to make local roads stronger and safer.”For more information on Community Crossings, click here.