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After a decade, 8 seasons, 64 hours of content, countless fan theories, beloved character deaths, and some truly epic battles, we have our conclusion to the game of thrones — and it was just okay at best. But you came here for memes, not whinging; and if there’s one thing the internet is better at than making memes, it’s making memes about something they didn’t like. Here’s the final Game of Thrones meme round up!

Warning: Major spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones episode 8.06!

This Week’s Clear Frontrunner: Who even cares anymore?

At this point I’m with Maisie,

just here for the memes

— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) May 20, 2019

Me thinking back to how young and naive I was on April 14th #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/wiDgueJy7u

— Catherine Shea (@cj_shea) May 20, 2019

All hail King Bran the Broken

Tyrion: the king shall be Bran the Broken

Bran: yeah actually just Bran is cool

Tyrion: Bran the busted up

Bran: ok or –

Tyrion: Bran the wheely wheely legs no feely

— zaki (@ZakGhaliAZ) May 20, 2019

"And who has a better story than Bran?" #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/m7MNTEIUhy

— jyoung_phd (@JyoungPhd) May 20, 2019

is this your king? #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/Z5I8qjmQjU

— Spanky¥ YE (@sssSpankyyy) May 20, 2019

When you don't contribute the group project and still get an A #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/6l1wE60XUr

— Kyle T (@angelschargers2) May 20, 2019



Only thing that mattered in #TheFinalEpisode of #GameofThrones tbh. pic.twitter.com/P9Hc8PQ4Dh

— Nyeh (@rabidpotato) May 20, 2019

Westeros’s other favorite pet took the opportunity to flex his intelligence in the finale.


Drogon destroying the iron throne because he knows Bran The Broken has his own seat. #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/5k10RWdLRI

— Nathan Bellshaw (@NathanBellshaw) May 20, 2019

We always knew he had a soft spot for redheads.

And they lived happily ever after #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/sXGNMz5RVH

— Marina Valentine (@XpageX) May 20, 2019


The new holy text of Westeros — Brienne’s Burn Book

Jamie Lannister is the nastiest skank bitch I have ever met. Do not trust him, he is a fugly slut. #GameofThrones  #GOT pic.twitter.com/thNY18xwmG

— Andrea (@andiekaran) May 20, 2019

I can't stop making Brienne writing memes pic.twitter.com/FkoZW3Exdl

— Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) May 20, 2019

For once, GOT fans aren’t mad at GRRM.

George rr Martin watching twitter after the finale so he knows what not to do in the books. #GameOfThrones #GOTFinale pic.twitter.com/Y7m0dAIAVb

— ~Sam~ (@ThereAnd_Square) May 20, 2019

Poor Samwell, at least he tried to salvage some use from his character arc.

When you invent democracy and get laughed at :/ #got #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/YLdoiiZtZs

— Kyle Pitt (@kyle_pitt_) May 20, 2019


— im dead but loki isnt ४ (@c_h_a_o_t_i_c_) May 20, 2019

The finale did give us Westeros’s biggest glow up,

the main theme of Game of Thrones finally became clear in the finale: the importance of breastfeeding to grow up big and strong pic.twitter.com/axazLAnW58

— Andrew Bridgman (@bridgmandrew) May 20, 2019

"But, dad — what if I get put in house Lannister?"
Jon kneels before his son, puts a hand on his shoulder.
"Tyrion Eddard Night-King Snow – you were named after the bravest men I ever knew and a magic zombie…"

— Alexis Flower (@alexisflower) May 19, 2019

Remember this dude?






— Delfs (@Spicy__D) May 20, 2019



I mean, Bran the Beautiful has a nice ring to it.



— Patrick Cox (@snorangess) May 20, 2019

I leave you with this,


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After 10 years and nearly 8 seasons we finally got the long anticipated showdown between Game of Thrones’s heroes and villains, or villains and heroes? or villains and inexplicably worse villains? It’s safe to say the battle for King’s Landing left the fan base split — leaving some fans gleefully entertained and satisfied with the brutality and shock of the episode, while other fans felt that certain arcs were negated and various events felt unearned. Nevertheless, the internet did what the internet does best, meme the living hell out of everything that occurs in this world. Here are my favorite memes from this week’s slaughter!

Warning: Major spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones episode 8.04!

This Week’s Clear Frontrunner: The Death of Logic (and good writing, imho)

I’ll make no attempt to hide the fact that I fall into the latter camp of fans I mentioned in my intro, however, I cannot deny the battle for King’s Landing was a gloriously shot spectacle, the writing on the other hand…

Emilia Clarke is clearly a big fan of Dany’s abrupt descent into the fabled ‘Mad Queen’

With every episode, this clip gives new subtext. #GameOfThrones #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/7VzIflPzCI

— David (@Dreams_on_Paper) May 13, 2019

“This ain’t what I died for” — Jorah “wtf happened” Mormont

Jorah Mormont be looking down on Dany like…#demthrones #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/Hpez9hc4XO

— Tawanda_King (@MrKudzii777) May 13, 2019

Like or not, Varys, ‘King of the Messy Bitches,’ earned the greatest ‘I told you so’ in Westerosi history

Varys watching that whole battle like pic.twitter.com/QeIwlAbQLq

— alistair chernobyl (@penis_hernandez) May 13, 2019


— Megan Schuster (@megschuster) May 13, 2019

R.I.P to Lord Varys

First of his name

King of the Messy Bitches Who Live For Drama

Master of Whispers

Father of Spiders

Lord of the Tea Trees and Shady Pines

The One True Protector of the Realm#GameOfThrones #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/DtOuLqCQ4R

— Pillsbury Doughbroad (@EdgarAlanFro) May 13, 2019

After these last two episodes, I have no idea how killable or unkillable dragons are in this show.

that dragon wasn't doing all that hot shit last week tho

— Desus Nice (@desusnice) May 13, 2019

Love it or hate it, Jaime ends up with Cersei in the end,

Please respect my privacy as I mourn Jamie’s character arch. Thank you. #gameofthrones

— Catherine Shea (@cj_shea) May 13, 2019

I'm just going to pretend this man died at the Battle of Winterfell and his character arc ended right here: pic.twitter.com/PSR9FsXSr0

— Riley McAtee (@RileyMcAtee) May 13, 2019

Dany must have forgot this promise she made.

. #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/tGc384nqM5

— The Ringer (@ringer) May 13, 2019

As, she is now, Queen of the Ashes…

Daenerys and her army in the next episode:#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/mVSeDvNn3n

— Niket Aiya (@NiketAiya21) May 13, 2019

Dany is not very good at SimCity#GameofThrones #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/ddgPlrSi3h

— dani (@omg_its_daniii) May 13, 2019


Tyrion S8: But your grace what about the Geneva conventions

— I expect nothing and I'm still let down (@thelindsayellis) May 12, 2019

Everyone on the ground in Kings Landing:

Me the entire episode:#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/FiChLfYjoF

— christine (@umberboi) May 13, 2019

(via Game Of Laughs:https://t.co/1Nxi7qMtI6) #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/ZUd28nnaCv

— The 7Kingdoms (@Game0fThronz) May 13, 2019

We finally saw Cersei Lannister receive her just desserts.

#DemThrones #GameofThrones

‘So Arya is going to kill Cersei?’
GOT writers : Nope
‘Jaime, definitely Jaime.’
Writers : nah, but it’s gonna be glorious.
‘Dany and Drogon??’
Writer : not actually!
‘Then who?’
Writer : pic.twitter.com/egzd8Vf8Q4

— reynold yumnam (@reynoldjag) May 13, 2019

Winner of tonight’s episode. #gameofthrones #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/v7gwu8tO6o

— Tom (@BigDaddyQ33) May 13, 2019

Me thinking I was gonna be satisfied with cersei’s death #gameofthrones #demthrones pic.twitter.com/7PMoLNTO2p

— im baby (@xolindse) May 13, 2019

Some fans had grievances to air,

the writers abandoning multiple seasons of character development, plot, and lore for this mess

#GameOfThrones #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/oLdHsRk5zU

— Currently Nerdy (@CurrentlyNerdy) May 13, 2019

Series recap of #gameofthrones #got #demthrones pic.twitter.com/MiDGlqe4Kg

— Sir Charles Anthony (@daviskoresh) May 13, 2019

The writers after they finished the script for that messy ass episode #GameOfThrones #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/ZpVG8s5Zfq

— Desmond (@DesmondlWash) May 13, 2019

Justice for Ghost, I will die on this hill.

Jon watching a CGI dragon destroy an entire city in detail while being told it wasn’t in the budget for him to pet Ghost #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/jDuNVMTYvT

— Sabrina (@doshiiis) May 13, 2019

Jon and Tyrion when they have to go back and admit that Sansa was right#GameOfThrones #GoT pic.twitter.com/5evBWFT98W

— Varys was right (@connor_254) May 13, 2019

Lastly: The Funnies

Meanwhile Bran is back at Winterfell like … #DemThrones pic.twitter.com/6CLcsU5Eo8

— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) May 13, 2019

Entire city burning meanwhile at Winterfell Bran Stark#DemThrones #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/Uqs7yJ1MxV

— Tiquet Wan (@TiquetWan) May 13, 2019

Bran sends Uber for Arya stark. #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/7ecqQR9oae

— The Witty human (@LikhithRaaai) May 13, 2019

Had to do it #Demthrones pic.twitter.com/4kZJZ5YWCn

— I DROVE THE BOAT!! (@cherishrain_) May 13, 2019

Yara Greyjoy sitting at the Iron Islands #DemThrones #GOT pic.twitter.com/XjpWSj8YYD

— 𝑀𝑒𝓇𝒸𝑒𝒹𝑒𝓈 𝐵𝑒𝓃𝓏𝑜𝒹𝒾𝒶𝓏𝑜𝓅𝒾𝓃𝑒 (@assley_titsdale) May 13, 2019

when Cersei just picked up her dress and started walking down the stairs past CleganeBowl #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/pQ6rMbqXOo

— Amir almahdy (@Amiralmahdy10) May 13, 2019

West Side Story, 1961 pic.twitter.com/NWDGEDUUzf

— Joey (@Joey_Aiello) May 13, 2019

Whether you enjoyed last night’s episode or not, it’s certainly been a wild ride and we still have the aftermath to deal with next week! Until then I’ll leave you with my final prediction for the end of the series,

How I hope the final episode shakes out #DemThrones #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/yU2m5IE0Zd

— QueezyStoner420 (@QueezyStoner420) May 13, 2019

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Week Four

So, this week we certainly got an episode. Though there were ups (and downs, many downs), the internet has made good on its unspoken promise to deliver an onslaught of memes for literally anything that occurs, ever. So without further ado, here are my favorite memes from week four of Game of Thrones season eight.

Warning: Major spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones episode 8.04!

This Week’s Clear Frontrunner: STARBUCKS

It seems the baristas of Winterfell survived The Long Night (or more accurately the cast and crew has come down with a major case of senioritis). Either way, the forgotten Starbucks cup on the table in front of Dany during the feast of Winterfell did not go unnoticed.


If they can’t spot bad writing how are they going to spot a coffee cup? #Starbucks #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/uGAMbY65pP

— Deepak kumar (@deep8979) May 6, 2019

Starbucks girl #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/7DRQu440aY

— Sevde Kurt (@birinsan) May 6, 2019

That Winterfell starbucks cashier ain't ready to write Dany's name on her coffee cup #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/N4ktWH1NlJ

— Joseph (@TheGeneralSYD) May 6, 2019

“StarKbucks, founded in Winterfell!”

I found where she got the Starbucks cup from #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/46XztK2QjV

— John Beck (@johnbeck_) May 6, 2019

Meanwhile at #starbucks #GameofThrones #Starbucks pic.twitter.com/BQQezaNHTt

— Amrita (@amsharchas) May 6, 2019

Starbucks marketing team after that FAIL by #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/Uw6NBXJvEP

— CrewNecks & Snapbacks (@CrewNecksSnapb1) May 6, 2019

When Starbucks gets Dany’s order wrong…#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/UHkH1zWHcI

— Kenneth Bone (@warhog123) May 6, 2019

When you realise there is no Starbucks branch in king's landing. #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/DDYRQqwx7D

— Angoor Stark (@ladywithflaws) May 6, 2019

Everyone complaining about the Starbucks cup but no one noticed this in the last episode. #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/FDUK6DQ5NT

— Don snow rightfull heir to the digital throne (@donaldjr) May 6, 2019

The showrunners have clearly abandoned GRRM’s original vision for Westerosi coffee culture …

Seeing a Starbucks cup in game of thrones really frustrates me. In the books Westeros only has Peet’s coffee, while Starbucks can only be found in eastern parts of Essos and-

— Shayne Topp (@supershayne) May 6, 2019

Everything else:

This week’s episode was a mixed bag for most fans, but here are the memes that made me laugh the hardest.

Big episode for #Tyrion #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/PXBl861DXN

— The Ringer (@ringer) May 6, 2019

The BEST BOYS of Westeros deserve more love.

How all #GameOfThrones fans want the show to end pic.twitter.com/deiiH6HdUx

— GoT Things (@GoTthings_) May 6, 2019

Tyrion: i know you are not a bad person
Cersei: pic.twitter.com/w3xkpJy3Fm

— the only fleur (@notfleur) May 6, 2019

Sane Daenerys saying goodbye to us as she transforms into the Mad Queen in the last min of #GameOfThrones .

#DemThrones #GOT pic.twitter.com/QSuyG6IG8c

— GameOfKweens (@GameofKweens) May 6, 2019

#GameofThrones #DemThrones

"What kind of man rides a dragon? A king or a madman!"

Daenerys: pic.twitter.com/0saH6ex4sz

— Tiquinhoe (@tiagocouto98) May 6, 2019

Narrative arcs? Never heard of her.

Me on the phone with the Game of Thrones writers after watching Arya reject Gendry, Jon getting rid of Ghost, Jaime leaving Brienne for Cersei, Rhaegal and Missandei getting killed and Dany starting to go mad all in the same episode #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/JOqEunBfd7

— Nyx/Allie (@DarkNyx13) May 6, 2019

Lastly, I had to make a meme of Jon “air-budding” Ghost.

Until next week,

Miss our recap of episode three? Find it here.

Metter Media LLC is a Boston-based social media management company that implements community-based, localized social engagement strategies for small businesses and corporations alike. Need help with your social media? Email Lauren today.

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Tune in to this week’s roundup — and the last of this semester — to see what Twitter is doing to improve its platform safety, how Facebook may be mixing Stories and News Feed, why Twittr is performing better than Twitter, how Instagram is replacing word-of-mouth, and even more Game of Thrones content, because you haven’t seen enough of it already.

1. Twitter Will Test Option to Hide Replies, Outlines Improvements in Platform Safety

by @adhutchinson  via @socialmedia2day

Twitter is ramping up its security measures. The social networking app will soon allow its users to hide tweet replies. Any user would have the capability to hide any reply they want. This option is part of Twitter’s continual efforts to make improvements to on-platform discussion and prevent abusive language.

2. Facebook toys with mixing Stories and News Feed into one swipe-able carousel

by @HillaryGrigonis via @DigitalTrends

Getting tired of scrolling on Facebook? Well, the social networking site is playing with the idea of mixing Stories and News Feed into one swipeable carousel. Once you tap on a single post, the feed morphs into a full-screen format. Users can swipe left (like the current format for watching Stories) to navigate.

3. Twttr Is Already Proving More Popular Than Twitter Itself

by Geoff Desreumaux via @WeRSM

The experimental app Twttr allows for regular users of Twitter to test new features before any major changes are made to the main app. Beta testers appear to be liking Twttr over Twitter itself, though. If you want to see what all the excitement is about you can apply to join the program. The only catch is you’ll be expected to use it as your primary Twitter app, and it’s exclusively available on iOS.

4. For some Small Businesses, Instagram has replaced Word-Of-Mouth

by @Megan_Nicolett via @verge

Instagram is quickly becoming the best way for small businesses to expand their reach, even more so than word-of-mouth. What do you think?

5. TikTok Just Got Banned In India Over Fears It Is Exposing Children To Porn And Sexual Predators

by @PranavDixit via @BuzzFeed

TikTok just got banned in India (the Chinese social networking app’s largest market) by the Indian High Court, which claimed the app was exposing Indian children to pornography as well as to sexual predators. Google and Apple pulled TikTok from the Play and the App stores in the country in response to the High Court’s orders.   

MM’s Pick of the Week:  Here’s How 27 Celebrities Reacted To “Game Of Thrones” This Week

by @abidorable via @BuzzFeed

MOOD pic.twitter.com/EpKm7NpjlU

— J O E J O N A S (@joejonas) April 15, 2019

This is for all the Game of Thrones fans out there! If you’re looking for a place to see all the best celebrity reactions to the final season, you’re in luck. Enjoy!

Metter Media LLC is a Boston-based social media management company that implements community-based, localized social engagement strategies for small businesses and corporations alike. Need help with your social media? Email Lauren today.

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It all started with one fateful tweet five years ago this May… when we managed to snatch Ribs up for Metter Media forever. From the early days of memes, too much coffee, and #BabySarah, to these days, as a Head Account Manager, Internship Coordinator, office playlist DJ, and still way too much coffee (seriously Sarah stop drinking so much coffee) … read more about Ribs at the link in our bio.  

How did you get your start in social media?

The summer after my freshman year of college, I *knew* I needed an internship, and applied for an editorial/local journalism position at the Lutz Children’s Museum in Connecticut. The day of my interview, they had offered the position to someone else, and asked if I could instead work on their social media and photography. I spent the summer calling children’s museums around the country, picking their brains on their social media strategy and compiling a best practices guide. It’s great to see the museum still using some of those tips today, eight years later!

My work with the Lutz showed me how critical social media is for any business, and I started incorporating social media strategy into all the work I did, from clubs I was involved in on-campus to other internships I held. After college, I started freelancing for local restaurants as a “side gig” while I served and tended bar full time.

When did you join Metter Media?

I found Metter Media in 2014, when my favorite local festival Together started retweeting their memes and talking about this *amazing new social media company* that they were working with. In the boldest move then-21-year-old me could have taken, I tweeted at them asking if they were hiring … and was surprised to get a response!

Basically, my biggest hope right now is that @mettermedia is hiring…

— Sarah Ribeiro (@saraherib) March 5, 2014

I met up with Lauren and Lyssa that April for an interview at a bar (Firebrand Saints, RIP) and started on May 1 … which makes my five-year anniversary next week!

Why is social media important/relevant to your industry?

The technology sector is filled with a lot of big, faceless corporations that are making big strides but don’t necessarily know how to connect with an audience. We fill that gap, providing thoughtful conversation, storytelling, and event promotion and coverage to showcase the incredible work that humans, on the ground, are doing for these tech companies in their respective cities. It’s been rewarding to see how social media can help a tech company recruit new and diverse employees, increase attendance at events, and connect firsthand with their community.

What campaigns have you helped create that make your clients stand out from the rest?

I love taking a people-first focus on social media — it’s social, after all! My favorite way to do this is through staff spotlights, from straightforward profiles to fun Q&As to creative spotlights. One of my favorite series for Microsoft as of late is our #NERDCreative spotlights, which focuses on how Microsoft employees stay creative and artful outside of their work in technology. This incredible video and sculpture Senior Designer Manoj Sharma built kicked off the series. It’s a fun look at how creative and diverse the people at Microsoft are.

What’s your #MMProTip ?

Establish *some* sense of a personal brand. While for some it works to have an overall personal brand aesthetic fleshed out, for others (like me), it helps just to focus on a couple key words and branch out there. For example, my Instagram feed is (currently) HUJI-only, with a focus more on cool things I’ve seen than on selfies. My Twitter is very focused on Boston news, music, food, and humor … and is definitely less branded and more personal than my Instagram. It’s all about finding that balance!

Proudest moment so far?

It might be cliche to say that every day is my proudest at Metter Media, but it’s true. Five years ago, none of us would have ever dreamed that our motley crew of five, meeting weekly at whichever bar would have us, would have expanded so quickly to 18, with a full-sized office and an ever-expanding offering of services and clientele. It’s been an extraordinary honor to be part of that growth.

Sarah’s FIRST MM Birthday!

If I had to pick just *one* moment, though, I’m going to selfishly focus on the internship team that I’ve helped direct. Last spring, we hosted an intern who, in her senior year, decided she no longer wanted to go into education and wanted to pursue social media marketing. She spent the semester learning all our pro tips and working on client content, and is now working full time doing marketing and social for Lucky Strike Entertainment. Seeing the way we helped pave her career path and lead to a job that she loves is the main reason I work with our intern team, and I couldn’t be more proud of that. Love to you, Ashley!

Follow Sarah on Instagram to learn more.

Metter Media LLC is a Boston-based social media management company that implements community-based, localized social engagement strategies for small businesses and corporations alike. Need help with your social media? Email Lauren today.

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Tune in to this week’s roundup to see how Twitter is trying to save your phone battery, what new Snapchat features are coming out, how Facebook is ruining your stalking game, and who broke Instagram this week gaining one million followers in only five hours.

1. Twitter introduces a battery-saving ‘Lights Out’ dark-mode option

by @sarahintampa via @TechCrunch

Let’s get edgy … Twitter has implemented an even darker version of the app’s already-existing dark mode. Due to some user dissatisfaction with Twitter’s initial dark theme (a more blue-ish shade rather than true black), there is now the capability for users to make the the current dark mode more of a pitch black.

2. Tinder hired a new chief product officer to keep college kids on the app

by @ashleyrcarman via @verge

Tinder is ramping up its strategy to target the app’s youngest users – Gen Zers (18- to 22-year-olds). Tinder hired a new chief product officer recently who hails from Facebook. Ravi Mehta was brought on to the Tinder team in an effort to develop more features for a younger audience. Last year Tinder began explicitly tapping into the this demographic with the release of Tinder U, its college student-only service that requires users to have an active .edu email address and be on campus. We’re curious to see what else Tinder has in store for Gen Z…

3. Facebook Finally Lets You See Who Viewed Your Profile

by Geoff Desreumaux via @WeRSM

Have you ever secretly stalked someone else’s Facebook profile? Well, now it may not be so secret … Facebook has decided to let users see who has viewed their profile, and let’s just say we are very skeptical to see what will come of this new update … or is it all just an evil April Fools prank?

4. Snapchat’s Testing New Snap Map Tools and Mention Stickers

by @adhutchinson via @socialmedia2day

Snapchat is working to make their map tools more interactive, allowing users to be able to check-in to locations with a bitmoji and create a virtual passport of all locations traveled. This new update will also allow users to mention their friends in stories by tagging them!

5. Report: Millions of Facebook user records left exposed online

by @jmorse_ via @mashable

We’d like to say we’re surprised, but it’s way too predictable at this point. Yep, you guessed it… Facebook is involved in another privacy scandal! Apparently hundreds of millions of Facebook users’ records (including some plain text passwords) were found exposed online and available for the taking.

MM’s Pick of the Week: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry shatter Instagram record hours after joining app! 

Five hours and forty-five minutes. That’s how long it took for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to make Instagram history. Guinness World Records reported that the royal couple earned the record for the fastest time to obtain a million followers on the platform. We cannot wait to keep up-to-date with all things @sussexroyal!

Metter Media LLC is a Boston-based social media management company that implements community-based, localized social engagement strategies for small businesses and corporations alike. Need help with your social media? Email Lauren today.

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