The Cinderella story, as it’s known on Instagram, is an old tale about a young girl who falls in love with a handsome prince.
In a world where you have to be the center of attention, this is a simple enough premise.
But how well does a Cinderella story get across to an audience that might not know how to pronounce it?
That’s what the experts are looking at, and in this week’s edition of The Top Stories, we ask these experts how they’ve come to their conclusions.
“If the person posting the Cinderella story wants to get the ball rolling, it’s a good idea to share the story on a social media platform,” says Stephanie Fagan, CEO of the agency Brandi Love.
“There are thousands of Instagram Stories that feature pictures of cute little girls in bed and it’s easy to share these with people, especially if they’re in the mood for a little fairy tale.”
The beauty of a Cinderella tale is that you can share it to your followers on a variety of platforms.
You can post it to Facebook or Twitter, and you can embed it in videos on Instagram.
“The problem is, it doesn’t always work,” says Fagan.
“Some stories get a lot of likes and some people won’t take it.
So you have a little bit of a ‘how does this work’ moment.”
While many of the Instagram Stories you can post include pictures of a young boy, you can also post stories with a more girly theme.
“Sometimes a Cinderella girl is a little older than the other characters, so the girls in the story get younger as well,” says Lauren Hickey, the VP of Social Media at Creative Artists Agency.
“If you’re going to have a Cinderella theme, it makes sense to post a young, attractive girl, but if you want to have Cinderella stories that are about someone who is younger or a little more mature, then go for the older Cinderella.”
Hickey says it’s not always clear which Cinderella story is more appropriate for a certain age group, but she suggests that “older Cinderella” stories tend to be more popular.
“The older Cinderella story will be more relatable, but older stories tend not to be as well-liked or as well received,” she says.
“So there’s a bit of grey area with older stories, but for younger audiences, you’re more likely to find that older Cinderella stories are more popular.”
Fagan says it can be challenging to tell a Cinderella Story that is a good fit for a specific age range, but says that you should be able to find the right balance of the two.
“There’s a lot more flexibility with younger stories than older ones,” she explains.
“So if you’re posting a story that’s for an 8-year-old, it can work with a 7-year, and if you have one that’s a 10-year old, it’ll work with an 8 or 9.”
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The NFL is set to release its first social media guidelines on Thursday and it will be the first time the league has released any sort of policy since its 2015 decision to ban social media during the 2016 NFL season.
The league’s owners are set to meet in Indianapolis Thursday and the league’s vice president of public policy, Rob Rang, has already spoken out on the subject.
Rang told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that the league will be discussing the issue with social media companies like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and that the owners will not be giving the same guidelines to the rest of the league.
“This is a conversation that we are going to have, it’s not a discussion we’re going to be having,” Rang said.
“This is not a debate we’re having.”
In an interview with CBS Sports, Rang explained that the NFL’s social media policy will include a “no social media on Sunday” rule.
The rule will also prohibit players from using social media for “business purposes” and “business management purposes.”
Rang also said that the rules won’t be retroactive, which is the most likely scenario for the social media ban to take effect.
The NFL’s players union recently issued a statement that said the NFLPA will have to appeal the ruling in order to reinstate social media.
The rule change is also expected to affect the NFL Draft.
In addition to the ban on social media, the league also said the draft will be banned from all social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.