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A TikTok video called “how Panera prepares mac and cheese” exposed the “fast-food” way Panera Bread prepares its Mac and Cheese, and caused a controversial uproar on social media platforms with users split on the restaurant’s ways of meal prep. Whatever your stance on the situation, the video went viral, having 945,000 likes and 9,000 comments at the time of publication. This begs the question if used for marketing purposes, can TikTok be a great way to get your brand noticed and go viral yourself?  How Can Your Brand Use TikTok? Celebrating its third anniversary, TikTok, an app which consists of funny looping videos and music montages made by other users, is used for humor purposes and senseless entertainment. What felt like a replacement for the now defunct Vine, is now being taken seriously by brands and marketing industry professionals. An app

After-hours calls from clients, several new accounts added to your plate, and dealing with surly creatives will bum you out this fall, but don’t worry, if you get tired of it all there are a million other jobs you can do with your advertising degree. You’ll continue to have too many meetings and too little time, but have no fear, once you’re finally ready to dig in to work, your computer will crash providing some much-needed “you time.” Although you’ll finally be included in some client meetings this fall, when you show your designs they’ll all still say, “I could have done that.” No one knows exactly what you do or how you do it, but that’s ok because this fall you’ll be very busy with several new clients who, by the way, all want to be #1 on Google by the end