YouTube promoted a video claiming to show evidence that one of the survivors of last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida, is a paid actor. Similar videos and articles are showing up on YouTube and other social media sites like Facebook. The issue is an example of a potentially troubling problem for social media sites and how news is delivered to the world. From Business Insider.
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Ever wonder when is the best time to post on Facebook to reach your audience? Here are some Facebook marketing tips from Neil Patel that'll boost your business! From Entrepreneur.
If you aren't repurposing the content you create for social media, you're missing opportunities. Creating great content to share with your audience takes time and resources for your small business, so it's important to make the most out of each piece. In this video, I share a few simple ways you can repurpose your content to help you get found online and build your audience. From Entrepreneur.
Business Insider spoke with Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, about a solution to "fake news." Newmark believes that there are too many unreliable news outlets who are poor at identifying trustworthy news. Newmark's project aims to reduce bot networks that propagate fake news, identifying the trustworthy networks and leaving consumers with only reliable information. Do you think this will solve the problem? From Business Insider UK.
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Facebook is making big changes to what its more than two billion users see when they log on. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday the platform is overhauling its news feed algorithm to prioritize content from family and friends. Users will see less public content, like posts from brands and news organizations. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the incentive behind the changes and what they hope to accomplish. From CBS This Morning.
Roger McNamee, one of Facebook's early investors and a former mentor to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, warns of the social media giant's harmful and potentially irreversible effects on society. McNamee, managing director of the private equity firm Elevation Partners, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the argument he makes in a new Washington Monthly essay, "How to fix Facebook -- before it fixes us." He claims Facebook has prioritized advertisers and not protected users. From CBS This Morning.
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Facebook confirmed that a Russian troll farm spent $100,000 on ads that could have reached American voters. Here's what $100,000 can buy you on Facebook. From CNNMoney.
The deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, have reignited a smoldering debate about race in the United States. NBC’s Gadi Schwartz is shining this week’s Sunday Spotlight on the places white supremacists learn to hate. From TODAY.
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