Twitter fact-checks Trump tweets, Google announces WFH stipend, and Disney Parks offers virtual tours

Also: How consumer behavior has changed during COVID-19, Ben & Jerry’s delicious partnerships, the future of the PR pro, and more.

Hello, communicators:

There’s a new snack option for your next binge-watching session: Ben & Jerry’s has partnered with Netflix to debut a new flavor called “Boots on the Moooo’n.” It promotes the streaming service’s new series, “Space Force”:

Ben & Jerry’s also recently collaborated with Nike to offer limited-edition “Chunky Dunky” sneakers:

Partnerships have long been an effective PR and marketing strategy, but they’re even more important as the COVID-19 crisis continues. Consider potential partnerships across industries that could provide both parties a much-needed visibility boost and expanded consumer reach.

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The social media platform recently added a warning to two of President Donald J. Trump’s tweets that called mail-in ballots “substantially fraudulent.” It’s the first time Twitter has applied the warning to Trump’s messages. The tweets with the fact-check notes now look like this:

Image courtesy of Twitter.

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