Social Media

Easy Steps To Make Money On Social Media

July 2, 2019

With technology growing extremely fast and social media becoming the main channel for marketing, small business, and many users have turned their hobbies into a passive income stream thanks to most of us spending a significant amount of time daily viewing what others have to say and trying to catch up with friends, family, or […]

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Caution! IT Dept is keeping an eye on your social media posts

June 19, 2019

Social media is a powerful influence in modern society because it allows people to remain in constant touch with everyone they want. Companies take advantage of the vast quantities of data generated on social media. Data shared by individuals on social media allows companies to market products better and understand consumer behaviour. Social media plays […]

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Break Up the Social Media Companies to Protect Free Speech

June 17, 2019

Donald Trump is preparing to unleash the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission as antitrust warriors against the tech giants. And good on him. Breaking up the monopolies on speech might save us—particularly anyone right-of-center—from encroaching online deplatforming, and preserve our ability to hear ideas outside echo chambers of bullied consensus. The First Amendment doesn’t restrain censorship […]

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How Social Media for Healthcare Marketing Engages Patients and Boosts Brand Awareness

June 11, 2019

If you’re dealing with healthcare industry clients, you may be understandably hesitant to employ a social media marketing strategy due to privacy and regulatory concerns. But social media for healthcare marketing offers these organizations a unique opportunity to build relationships and inspire trust with their audiences. Because consumers, on the whole, are aware that they can’t really trust the […]

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CrossFit quits Facebook, Instagram, accuses social media giant of censorship, being ‘utopian socialists’

May 26, 2019

CrossFit, the branded workout regimen, accused Facebook of being “utopian socialists” and left the platform after the social network deleted a group dedicated to a diet. The move to quit both Facebook and Instagram came in the wake of the decision to delete “without warning or explanation the Banting7DayMealPlan,” a group that advocated a diet aimed at eating “food […]

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PM Narendra Modi won India on social media first. These TikTok viral videos are proof

May 24, 2019

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s fan took TikTok by storm during campaign days The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has done it again. With Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading the BJP to a massive victory for a second term, party supporters are currently in celebration mode. The BJP was clearly ahead in the campaign game. Behind the […]

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Social Media Companies Are Banning Extremists. Others Are Getting Caught in the Crossfire.

May 18, 2019

I find few issues more ethically perplexing than censorship. Not censorship by the government—the Founding Fathers (or First Daddies, if you prefer) made that one pretty easy for us. Legally, constitutionally, morally, the government cannot abridge the freedom of speech. If you want to stand in the town square shouting your grandma’s chicken soup recipes […]

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Want to Be the Queen’s Social Media Manager? She’s Hiring.

May 17, 2019

That old adage that even the queen puts her shoes on one at a time is meant to make us feel like we’re all relatable on some level. But, c’mon, the queen is the freaking queen. What could she possibly have in common with us plebs? Well, for one, she’s all about racking up those likes and […]

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Pakistan’s ISI Snoops On Its Own Citizens In Bid To Control Social Media

May 11, 2019

Pakistan’s military and spy agency ISI began targetting citizens on social media since June 2018 ISLAMABAD:  Pakistan’s government and its spy agency ISI have started snooping on its own people. Threats, arrests, blocked accounts and restricted posts — Big Brother is watching more closely than ever across Pakistan, as authorities accelerate efforts to censor social […]

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Social media platforms present voluntary code of ethics

March 23, 2019

Platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter would act against paid advertisements that violate the Election Commission norms, the IAMAI said.  Image for representation The ‘Voluntary Code of Ethics for the General Election 2019’ was presented by social media platforms and the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) to the Election Commission (EC) and came […]

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