Imagine if Facebook had been given the opportunity a year ago -- pre-pandemic -- to host one big graduation ceremony for every student in America. Consider the brand value of effectively serving as the premier sponsor for what many young people and their families consider to be the most significant day of their lives. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Facebook can now make that branding bonanza a reality. On May 15, the tech titan plans to host a virtual graduation ceremony for the entire Class of 2020. Pulling out all the stops, a commencement address will be ...
NewsGuard homed in on ways Facebook is allowing the spread all manner of misinformation, including phony cures and conspiracy theories.
If successful, Kit will likely represent just one piece of Facebook's ambitious plan to reposition itself as a direct messaging Goliath.
31% of SMBs report having stopped or cut back on marketing due to COVID-19 and 52% expect to spend less on marketing in the next six months, a Borrell survey finds.
It's not clear yet whether Meetup plans to adjust its mission of encouraging physical encounters -- but the network did emphasize its ability to host virtual gatherings.
In response, Facebook and other platforms have begun working directly with WHO, Centers for Disease Control to slow the spread of bad information.
Despite unfortunate consequences ,"the changes in behaviors that will follow could create new opportunities for marketers to engage with all relevant stakeholders."
The latest example of this gradual merger is "Share Story to Instagram," a new feature that lets Facebook users cross-post their Stories to Instagram.
Brookings just released data showing that tech jobs have only become more concentrated in cities like San Fran and Austin over the past ten years.
Nearly three in four Americans (74%) have little or no confidence that these companies can prevent the spread of political misinformation.