Oh boy, it’s been a big week. Facebook’s ban on Australian news content last week hit small publishers like us hard.
For a brand that was built on Facebook, it was a rough stab in the back despite actually agreeing with Facebook’s decision to push back on the government’s inherently flawed Media Bargaining Code.
Need to get up to speed? Read both the BH and Facebook’s statements in response to the code here.
To celebrate the return of Facebook, we decided to take a different approach than most – albeit in a slightly melodramatic fashion.
We hope you enjoy the video above as much as we did, and remember, with or without Facebook, there are a number of ways you can stay up to date with Boss Hunting. Check them out below.
Boss Hunting’s Instagram:
Some of you might only know us from Instagram, but if your were with us from the OG Facebook/Tumblr days, you’ll froth it like it was 2012. For your daily dose of casual video content, a shot of Dusty Martin returning to his car after a 65-day bender, and another aerial shot of NYC’s Central Park in your feed, hit us up on the gram.
Boss Hunting’s Private Facebook Group
We’re clearly not Facebook’s biggest fan right now, but just last month we started an insiders group on FB for BH’s most loyal fans. Get around it at the link below.
Boss Hunting’s Twitter:
We don’t really use Twitter, but if you do, you’ll be pleased to know that every article published on BH gets fed through Twitter too. An easy way to stay up to date.
Boss Hunting’s Homepage:
Before Zuck & co. completely rewired how we approach online content, you could actually enter a website into Google (or click on those desktop shortcuts direct from Windows 95, remember those days?). They’d take you to our homepage for your direct consumption of superyachts, supercars, and everything worth looking at in between.