Facebook will soon let you know if you’re following propaganda pages


Facebook’s latest attempt at transparency lets users know if they liked or followed any pages related to Russia during the US election. Its newest effort furthers its effort to stop the spread of misinformation while increasing transparency at both Facebook and Instagram. This follows recent revelations that Facebook was complicit in Russian election meddling after the company recently revealed to congress that Russian propaganda had reached more than 120 million people during the 2016 election. Facebook today said: “be creating a portal to enable people on Facebook to learn which of the Internet Research Agency Facebook Pages or Instagram accounts…

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These 12 apps show you how you’re wasting time — and help you make better use of it


You never thought juggling—a term typically reserved for circus clowns or the party trick you tried to learn in college—would be something you practice daily. Yet, as an entrepreneur, juggling is something you have to constantly practice in order for all balls, bowling pins, and rubber chickens (so to speak) of different sizes to not drop around you. Running your own business means driving your vision forward and all those daily to-dos are essential, but stressful and can be major time sucks. Important startup operational tasks, like fielding customer inquiries over social media, can quickly lead you down the rabbit…

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3 Widespread PPC Myths You’re Mistakenly Falling For


This Thanksgiving, you’ll probably hear someone say that the chemical tryptophan that’s found in turkey makes them sleepy. Although this holiday delicacy does include an amino acid that can help you relax, it’s not the only food that contains tryptophan. Cheddar cheese has a lot more of the chemical than turkey, but you never hear your aunt saying she needs a nap after eating a grilled cheese. According to experts, turkey doesn’t make you crave a post-Thanksgiving nap. Instead, the high amount of carbs, the general size of your meal and an increase in alcohol consumption are what cause you…

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Facebook adds live video Fan Club feature, but you’re not cool enough to see it


Facebook is quietly working on a mysterious new app for its Live Video platform. It’s called Fan Club App, and it appears to be specifically designed to help you and other influencers boost engagement with your audience. Unfortunately, the social media giant is yet to enable Fan Club to users – even though the company is already testing a shortcut to the app within Live Video. Here is how you can check it out, assuming you are one of the few people granted early access to Fan Club. Head to Live Video and click the ‘Go Live’ button. Select the…

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6 warning signs you’re about to be crypto-scammed


There’s no doubt that the world of cryptocurrency is growing remarkably fast.  And it’s no surprise that scamsters will lock unto this endless opportunity like a heat-seeking missile. Even one of the most widely known cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, is no exception to this threat. Just recently, the social media and digital security monitoring company ZeroFOX reported about the dark side of digital currency. According to the report, a new type of financial scam involving bitcoin is rapidly spreading across social networks. However, with the cryptocurrency market growing very rapidly, have it in mind that scamsters are becoming more sophisticated than Ponzi schemes. And before…

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