How to use SEO on LinkedIn

SEO on LinkedIn is too often overlooked, and it’s time you start viewing LinkedIn, just like Google, as a search engine. With access to a whole network of professionals, the opportunities for those who are savvy enough can be endless. LinkedIn is the most popular platform for B2B...
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Twitter Gets Rid of 70 Million Fake Accounts in May and June, Cracks Down on Trolls

Twitter has been aggressively suspending false accounts in a bid to curtail the spread of fake news. The company’s massive crackdown on trolls and bots have resulted in one million dubious accounts being deleted or suspended per day. According to the Washington Post, Twitter has...
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BlackBerry is Now Suing Facebook for Copying Its Messaging Technology

BlackBerry Ltd. filed a lawsuit against Facebook on Tuesday, claiming that the social media giant and its wholly owned apps, Instagram and WhatsApp, infringed on the former smartphone maker’s messaging patents. “Defendants created mobile messaging applications that co-opt...
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Has Twitter Changed it’s Mind on an Advertising Transparency Center?

In October 2017 Twitter announced an Advertising Transparency Center saying “that it will offer everyone visibility into who is advertising on Twitter, details behind those ads, and tools to share your feedback.” As of this date, there has been no Ad Transparency...
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Facebook, Twitter and Google Hire German Censorship Army to Avoid Millions in Fines

According to a Wall Street Journal article, Facebook, Google and Twitter have hired censorship teams to remove user posted content that German law prohibits. As of January 1, 2018 a new law in Germany puts tech companies that allow user posted content at risk of fines of up to...
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Twitter Users are Buying Millions of Fake Followers, Black Market Exposed

Twitter is a platform that has always encouraged—perhaps unwittingly—competition in terms of user popularity. These days, fellow users of the social media platform will gauge your online status based on the number of likes your tweets generate, the number of times they are...
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Cluttered Facebook Messenger Could See Big Changes in 2018

If you are starting to feel that the Facebook Messenger app seems to be too overloaded with features, then you are not the only one. Apparently, even Facebook’s vice president of messaging products David Marcus had to admit that, indeed, the app became too cluttered. In a blog...
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Report: After purging locked accounts from follower lists, Twitter’s own account takes the biggest hit

Most accounts with significant follower numbers lost less than 3% of their following, although some lost up to 5%. Last week, Twitter made a grand gesture to show its commitment to improving the health of its platform by removing locked accounts from follower lists. The purge...
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Facebook’s latest on fake news, misinformation campaigns & user privacy

Shortly after CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the EU Parliament, Facebook shared multiple announcements outlining its safety and security efforts. Following Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the EU Parliament on Tuesday to address the company’s...
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Twitter is changing how conversations happen based on user behavior and conduct

The company says it will use thousands of behavioral signals to filter search, replies and algorithmic recommendations. In its latest attempt to improve the health of its platform, Twitter says it will be modifying the way conversations happen based on the behavior and conduct of...