Elon Musk Twitter Loses Balenciaga as Advertisers Quit

Balenciaga has joined other brands in quitting Twitter after billionaire Elon Musk acquired the social-media platform last month and upended content rules. The luxury brand confirmed that it deleted its Twitter account and has not yet commented further. Source:Elon Musk Twitter Loses Balenciaga as Advertisers Quit Discovered on: 2022–11–14 22:37:11

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A Musician’s Guide To Facebook and Instagram Ads - Swim Deep Instagram advert

(Hypebot) — What works and what doesn’t in social media marketing changes constantly, and our friends at indie music distributor Ditto Music offer a guide for 2022. from DITTO MUSIC As a musician, you can use social media advertising to promote your music, get your fans to subscribe to mailing lists, or […]

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Musk trolls senator demanding answers on Twitter fake-account scandal

Unlike brands like Nintendo and Eli Lilly, Senator Ed Markey (D-Mass.) knew who was behind the parody account recently impersonating the lawmaker on Twitter. Washington Post reporter Geoffrey Fowler had asked permission to create the fake Markey account, part of the reporter’s quest to see how hard it could really be to impersonate a public […]

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Facebook Has A Thriving Black Market Of Fraudulent Ad...

Scammers claim their wares enable buyers to run Facebook ads — including political ads in countries other than their own — without complying with the company’s verification requirements. By Sarah Emerson and Emily Baker-White Facebook plays host to a massive black market for selling business manager accounts that could allow buyers to run political ad […]

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Musk's latest Twitter cuts: Outsourced content moderators

Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk is further gutting the teams that battle misinformation on the social media platform as outsourced moderators learned over the weekend they were out of a job. Twitter and other big social media firms have relied heavily on contractors to track hate and enforce rules against harmful content. But many of […]

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Redundant Facebook and Twitter workers could 'help plug NZ...

New Zealand should “roll out the red carpet” to thousands of Facebook and Twitter staff who have been made redundant in the United States to help grow our own software industry, a government adviser says. Bruce Jarvis, who is helping the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment develop a transformation plan for the cloud computing […]

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Musk’s latest Twitter cuts: Outsourced content moderators

(AP) — Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk is further gutting the teams that battle misinformation on the social media platform as outsourced moderators learned over the weekend they were out of a job. Twitter and other big social media firms have relied heavily on contractors to track hate and other harmful content. But many of those content […]

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