Today’s Editor is…
Jeremy Goldman
Fake news vs. social media, the future of influence-based marketing, and embedded tweets as copyright infringement? Buckle up.
Fake News is an Existential Crisis for Social Media
As Zeynep Tufekci has eloquently argued: “The most effective forms of censorship today involve meddling with trust and attention, not muzzling speech itself.”
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The Future of Influence ft. Jeff Ragovin (Buddy Media, Social Native)
A conversation with social media pioneer Jeff Ragovin, one of the founding forces behind Buddy Media, which Salesforce acquired for around $750m in 2012.
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