Photo-based social media giant Instagram regularly takes action against cannabis-related accounts for violating the terms of service (TOS). Often enough, the reason behind a ban is often unclear to the accounts that are affected—which leads to detrimental loss in engagement for up-and-coming cannabis businesses. Instagram has an estimated 1 billion monthly active users since itsContinue reading “Instagram Targets Cannabis-Related Social Media Accounts”
Cannabis reform may be progressing in America, but access on social media remains an uncertain landscape. While brands have thrived, reaching millions of followers and verified status, many others have been cut short, suspended and deleted along the way. Even those succeeding appear only to have a glimmer of an idea about what’s right andContinue reading “Cannabis Companies Walk A Fine Line on Social Media”
Gallup data shows that almost half of US adults have tried cannabis. Almost half of adults in the United States said they have tried marijuana, according to the results of a new Gallup Poll released on Tuesday. At 49 percent, the figure is the highest that Gallup has recorded in its more than 50 yearsContinue reading “Gallup Poll Finds Almost Half Of US Adults Have Tried Marijuana”
A new study conducted in Virginia has found that the general public currently consumes more cannabis than cancer patients. The Virginia Commonwealth University of Massey Cancer Center (VCU) published a study in the journal Cancer on August 13, entitled “Cannabis use among cancer survivors in the United States: Analysis of a nationally representative sample,” whichContinue reading “Study Shows Cancer Patients Consume Less Cannabis Than General Public”
The Amazon marijuana policy change means employees do not have to fear firing for marijuana use and the company now supports legalization. The post Amazon Marijuana Policy Change Marks Evolving Corporate Sentiment appeared first on Medical Marijuana 411.