Today’s Editor is…
Jim Tobin
Anyone can now (try to) get verified on Instagram. While Europe continues to come to grips with strict privacy rules, Facebook and Google (among others) are looking for “kinder” laws here.
You can now apply to get a verified badge on Instagram — here’s how
Instagram is at last quenching the thirst of its thirsty, thirsty unverified users. The company just introduced a trio of…
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New report: Facebook and Google among tech firms lobbying Congress for ‘kinder’ federal data privacy laws
The companies want pro-business federal rules that will override stringent state privacy laws like California’s recently passed CCPA. The post…
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Facebook opens up its ads pixel to a limited number of Groups
Only a small number of Groups have access to Facebook pixel right now, but a broader roll out is planned…
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Facebook Watch is launching worldwide
Facebook Watch, the social network’s home to original video content and answer to YouTube, is now becoming available worldwide. The…
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The Simple Twitter Strategy That Helped Us Generate 90% More Clicks
Twitter no longer allows sharing of similar content multiple times. If you are looking for an alternative, we conducted an…
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Jumpshot makes public some Amazon purchasing data, other digital consumer insights to marketers
The digital intelligence firm is revealing selected insights it gets from a panel of more than 100 million devices worldwide.…
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Facebook tests new way to connect more users on the platform
Facebook’s ‘Things in common’ label will show users what they have in common with people they’re not connected to. The…
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