Fake-news patrolling may be next big Internet boom, HootSuite founder Ryan Holmes said in an article on Financial Post.
If you have a business and have run an advertisement on Facebook, you must have wondered how much new business the advertisement brought in.
Social media is an ever-evolving organism and has grown into various facets of life. Businesses try to use it to promote their products and services are also able to reach their desired customer base using the details the user provides on social media.
Media start-up companies in Canada, especially news providers, are looking at niche areas to stay relevant, while avoiding competition with giants.
Facebook is now banning all advertisements that promote cryptocurrencies including the ‘hot at the moment – Bitcoin’. The move by the company is an effort to prevent people from advertising financial products and services that could mislead people or that can be deceptive in its promotions.
A recent article in the Financial Post by American-Canadian journalist Diane Francis called out Facebook’s business model and termed it ‘ethically challenged’ and ‘troublesome’ while also stating there was nothing to like about it.