Facebook cracks down on fake engagement

Facebook’s newest measure to combat disinformation and misuse of its services is a push to rid the social network of malicious, potentially state-sponsored “information operations.” The company, which published a report on the subject today, defines these operations as government-led campaigns — or those from organized “non-state actors” — to promote lies, sow confusion and […]

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5 Twitter Trends To Follow In 2017

Live Broadcasting Twitter was one of the early adopters of live video, buying Periscope before the service had even launched. Other networks have since rolled out similar features (Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram all have live video now). Twitter has moved in a different direction, signing a deal to live stream 10 Thursday Night Football games […]

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The story of Facebook vs. Instagram

Instagram is mainly a photo/video sharing service. While Facebook aims to provide a full-fledged social networking experience. Instagram was acquired by Facebook in 2012, and currently occupies one floor in one of the Facebook buildings in Menlo Park headquarters. Instagram vs. Facebook advertising? If you intend to launch a successful campaign using just one of […]

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