Facebook's Implementing Disclosure on "Issues Ads", Adding Verification Requirement for Page Managers
The changes keep coming at Facebook.
As the company works to address the various concerns in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, they’re rolling out a range of new privacy and transparency tools.
Here’s an interesting one.
A while back, LinkedIn started supporting clickable hashtags again, after disabling them for several years due to lack of use and questionable fit on the professional social network.
With Instagram usage rising, users are also increasingly being drawn to the platform to discover new businesses and products, and stay in touch with their favorite brands.
While Facebook’s been busy announcing new privacy and transparency features in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, they’ve also been forced to address a range of additional details that have been uncovered as part of the broader examination of the network's practices.
Have you ever read a post by your favorite blogger, or seen a product recommendation from them, and snapped it up right away?
This is influencer marketing in action.
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