Four Strategies to survive automated writing and content bots

Four Strategies to survive automated writing and content bots
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Beware of the bot-speak.

3 B2B Tech Brands with Stand-Out Visual Content Marketing

The stereotype that B2B visual content marketing tends to be stale and uninspired presents an opportunity to differentiate your brand from the pack.
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Visuals drive these #BrandStorytelling companies. Great examples.

New report shows ‘troubling’ social media censorship of conservative views | News | LifeSite

The Media Research Institute found widespread left-wing bias by Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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New report shows ‘troubling’ social media #censorship of #conservative views. @Twitter @Google @Facebook @YouTube

Facebook Throws More Money at Wiping Out Hate Speech and Bad Actors – WSJ

Facebook has spent more than a decade building an efficient machine to analyze and monetize the content on its platform. Now it is putting more resources into defending the platform from bad actors.
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If you have evidence that Facebook is erasing or blocking conservative posts, please let me know.

Facebook’s big threat isn’t Cambridge Analytica, it’s advertisers questioning ROI – Digiday

Facebook’s big threat isn’t Cambridge Analytica, it’s advertisers questioning ROI – Digiday
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As I pour more $ into boosting Facebook posts (Facebook Ads) I’m getting huge increases in eyeballs but not necessarily more sales.

How to Keep Google From Owning Your Online Life – WSJ

Google’s vast internet footprint, from Search to Chrome to Maps, gives it an unparalleled view into our lives. Here’s how to take a Google timeout.
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It’s almost impossible.

Inside Amazon’s Fake Review Economy

A vast web of Amazon review fraud lives online, and it’s designed to evade the company’s efforts to thwart it.
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#FakeReviews like #FakeNews mislead on purpose. It’s all about persuasion.

Google sets new rules for U.S. election ads – Axios

That includes making ad buyers prove they’re a US citizen or lawful permanent resident.
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You have to be a US citizen or legal resident to buy campaign ads now on Google.

Google vs. Google: How Nonstop Political Arguments Rule Its Workplace – WSJ

The tech giant, trying to navigate an age of heightened political disagreement, struggles to tame a workplace culture of nonstop debate. Often organized by small groups of employees, the discussions have turned the tech giant’s headquarters into something resembling a college campus.
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Politics and religion don’t belong at work.