Today’s Editor is…
Jim Tobin
Facebook now let’s influencers/creators join Watch in an effort to compete with YouTube and in a potentially profound shake-up, 3 of 4 US carriers say they will no longer share location data with third party providers. This is potentially enormous in many subtle ways.
Facebook opens up Watch to creators & adds video features to take on YouTube
Aiming to design a more YouTube-like landscape for creators, Facebook is broadening its video options and opening the door to…
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After data leak, 3 of 4 US carriers vow to stop selling user location to third parties
The widespread use of location in the third party data ecosystem is almost completely opaque to consumers. The post After…
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Facebook launches Brand Collabs search engine for sponsoring creators
Facebook wants to help connect brands to creators so they can work out sponsored content and product placement deals, even…
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Time For a Facebook Business Manager Checkup
It’s time to clean up your Business Manager of old admins and employees, disconnect old ad accounts and pages, and…
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Survey: 58% will share personal data under the right circumstances
Those circumstances mostly involve first parties and require trust and a clear value exchange. The post Survey: 58% will share…
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How to Get More Online Reviews for Your Business
Online reviews are more important than ever. How do you get customers to write them? An effective case study on…
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Pinterest Profile Changes: What Marketers Need to Know
Do you use Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog or business? Wondering how the latest Pinterest changes will affect…
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