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Jim Tobin
YouTube’s latest effort to block “fake news” includes Wikipedia content posted around conspiracy videos. Facebook in the meantime banned a far right British group and, if all this makes you want to pray, today’s a good day for you. Pray.com, an interfaith social network, raised $14M to grow its mobile app.
YouTube to add Wikipedia background info on conspiracy videos
YouTube is taking action on the proliferation of conspiracy videos found on its platform: YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told an…
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Facebook has banned far-right group Britain First
Facebook has taken down the page of the far-right, anti-Islamic group Britain First, as well as the pages of the…
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Interfaith social network Pray.com raises $14M Series A to add new features to its mobile app
Pray.com, an interfaith social networking app for members of religious communities, has raised a $14 million Series A led by…
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5 Proven Social Media Engagement Strategies for 2018
In the world of social media marketing, the word “engagement” gets thrown around a lot, but few brands actually know…
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Proving Value: Turning Client KPIs Into ROI
It can be difficult to demonstrate the value of social media to a client, especially if they’re building a social…
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What You Can Learn from a PR Pro’s Fear of Failure
We’ve all dealt with it and overcome it. But what if it returns? This PR pro’s fear of failure is…
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8 Old School Marketing Tactics That Work for Social Media
Okay, so it’s hard to imagine Don Draper meeting with Bethlehem Steel execs in Sterling Cooper’s top floor Madison Avenue…
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