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Forbes Social Media News
Oct 18, 2019

Online Communities and the Primal Urge to Belong
Why the primal urge to belong and a 76-year-old psychological theory still shapes the membership of online communities that we see today

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 18, 2019

LeBron James Is Right: We All Could Stand To ‘Wait a Week' To Share Wrong Opinions
I do know that social media has descended into chaos.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 18, 2019

Snap's Stock May Surge Following Results Amid Improving Subscriber Growth
Snap's stock has had a fantastic run in 2019, and some traders are betting that hot streak continues following quarterly results.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 17, 2019

Cosmetics Are A Case Study For Embracing Diversity In Marketing
Diversity in advertising and marketing is impactful for every industry, but cosmetics might just be the best case study for embracing inclusion.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 17, 2019

Mark Zuckerberg Takes Hard Stance Against China And Censorship In Georgetown University Speech
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to a crowd of students, academics and journalists at Georgetown University on Thursday amid a growing swell of criticism for the way Facebook handles misinformation, political advertising, and false claims on the network.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook Cofounder-Turned-Critic Chris Hughes Starts $10 Million ‘Anti-Monopoly' Fund
Hughes has been an outspoken critic of Facebook, the company he helped start.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

Alabama ‘Really' Could Experience A Tropical Weather System This Week
A tropical system could drench parts of the Gulf Coast including, ironically, Alabama. Here's the latest information.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

Twitter Reminds Us Again That They've Already Dealt With World Leaders Who Rant
That's basically the question Twitter will ask people who want to view a tweet by world leaders (and they obviously mean President Trump) who violate their rules.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

New YC-Backed Startup Could Reshape The Service Industry Through Artificial Intelligence
Thanks to advancements in AI, phone trees and miscommunications at fast food drive-thrus may not be around for much longer.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

By Endorsing Sanders, AOC, Omar And Tlaib Spark A #BernieSquad Trend
Their stamps of approval are meant to shore up the Vermont senator's campaign.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

Have You Sent 15,000 Sextortion Emails Today?
Security researchers warn that the "largest-scale sextortion campaign" they've ever seen might be using your computer to distribute sexual blackmail demands. Here's what you need to know.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

Inside One Of The Biggest Sextortion Scams: 450,000 Machines Send 30,000 Emails An Hour
Security researchers warn that the "largest-scale sextortion campaign" they've ever seen might be using your computer to distribute sexual blackmail demands. Here's what you need to know.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 16, 2019

Social Networks And Democracy: A Difficult Fit, Or Just Plain Impossible?
There is a difference between using a social network to send an electoral program, and using it to spread lies. One simple way to solve the problem would be for social networks to ban electoral advertising until they are able to find a way to prevent themselves being used to spread disinformation.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 15, 2019

Meetup Users Revolt Against $2 Event Fee—And Blame WeWork
Organizers are already looking for free alternatives, and many are blaming the change on WeWork's recent woes.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 15, 2019

The Facebook Portal 2.0 Has A Tiny Privacy Switch (No Masking Tape Required)
In 2016, an infamous video chat session with Mark Zuckerberg revealed how the famous founder had a piece of tape over his webcam.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 15, 2019

Unleashing New Weapons In The War On Fake News
The war on fake news is intensifying, and recent controversy from Trump, Twitter and Facebook has made it more difficult to weed out false claims. New papers from MIT tackle our current detection methods and bring new weapons to the war on fake news.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 15, 2019

Debunking The Myth Of Earthquake Weather
There is no such thing as "earthquake weather."

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 15, 2019

Jennifer Aniston Joins Instagram With Photo Of ‘Friends' Cast
"And now we're Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM ," the actress wrote on her first-ever post. Within an hour, more than 600,000 people liked the post and 140,000 people followed her.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 15, 2019

British Government Presents Softer Stance Over Online Content
The British government appears to be drawing back slightly from its previous hardline stance on censoring online content.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 14, 2019

Social Media Bots Are Lighting Up Vaping Marketing Campaigns
One recent example: A report this week suggests bots are responsible for campaigns related to e-cigarettes, including crafting the posts themselves, increasing the likes and follows, and inflating audience engagement so that it looks like there is more interest.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 14, 2019

The ‘Fortnite' Black Hole Is A Metaphor For Our Existence
If you are still playing Fortnite then you may have noticed the latest live event. But what does it mean for our own existence? What is life?

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 14, 2019

The New Tech Economy
From the online markets for banking, education, publishing, artistic productions and crafts, there is no shortage for uses of the internet for marketing freelance skills to the larger world market, irrespective of national boundaries and customs.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 14, 2019

Facebook May Have Been Used To ‘Brainwash' Children Into Gambling
A small number of firms have also been using Facebook and other social media sites to more indirectly manipulate gamblers into visiting online casinos and gambling websites.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 14, 2019

Facebook Considers Legal Action Against Company Using Social Network For ‘Brainwashing' People Into Gambling
A small number of firms have also been using Facebook and other social media sites to more indirectly manipulate gamblers into visiting online casinos and gambling websites.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 14, 2019

Lumen Is The Dating App Solution For The Over-50 Crowd
Here comes Lumen, a Tinder-like dating app aimed at the over-50 demographic with some features that should asague the concerns put forth by its contemporaries.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 11, 2019

Social Media Is Fostering A Big Rise In Real-World Stalking
This week, Japanese police charged a man with assault, after he used his victim's Instagram selfies-and in particular the reflection in her eyes-to pinpoint her local train station.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 11, 2019

Mueller Was Right Again - This Time It's Russian Election Interference with Social Media
The US Senate's Select Committee on Intelligence just released Volume 2 of its report on Russian Active Measures Campaigns and Interference in the 2016 U.S. Election. This one describes how the Russians used social media to influence the US presidential election to help Trump and hurt Clinton.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 10, 2019

L1ght Saves Kids From Online Toxicity, Using Data Science And AI
After 2 years of research with a team of world-class PhD's, data scientists and cyber experts, L1ght has developed a platform utilizing deep learning to analyze text, images, video, voice and sound in real-time as it aims to define the "Anti-Toxicity" category.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 10, 2019

International Day Of The Girl: New Platform Simplifies Process Of Donating Through Twitter
Oct. 11 is International Day Of the Girl, and one modern donation platform is making it as seamless as possible for Twitter's 126 million daily active users to support a multitude of charities supporting girls worldwide.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 09, 2019

Twitch Says 2,200 Users Viewed Video Of Shooting Outside German Synagogue Before It Was Removed
The video, later spread on platforms frequented by white supremacists, extends a trend of hate crimes broadcast live on social networks. .

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 09, 2019

Twitter ‘Inadvertently' Gives User Security Data To Advertisers
Twitter has apologised for allowing advertisers to target ads using the email addresses and phone numbers provided by users for account security.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

5 Advertising Week Takeaways To Keep On Your Radar For 2020
In case you missed it, here are a few hot topics and takeaways to keep in mind.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

MedMen's CEO Responds To South Park's Brutal Parody: ‘Humbled To Be Considered The Most Culturally Relevant Cannabis Brand'
"I'm humbled by South Park's parody," says Bierman. "We've always said in order to mainstream marijuana, in order to build the mainstream cannabis brand, in order be open and welcoming enough for new people - the cannabis users of tomorrow… you've got to become relevant. That's what a brand is."

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

There Are Now 15,000 Deepfake Videos on Social Media. Yes, You Should Worry
After someone superimposes the face of a president or celebrity onto someone else's body (often in a pornographic movie), they can upload them to Facebook or any other social media platform.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

There Are Now 15,000 Deepfake Videos on Social Media. Yes, You Should Worry.
After someone superimposes the face of a president or celebrity onto someone else's body (often in a pornographic movie), they can upload them to Facebook or any other social media platform.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

Amy Brenneman Challenges Herself With Podcast Series About Living Through Life's Blows
Emmy-nominated actress Amy Brenneman is launching her new podcast, The Challengers, talking with her husband, director Brad Silberling, about receiving the phone call no one wants. In his case, it was news that his previous fiancee, actress Rebecca Schaefer, had been murdered by an obsessed fan.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

YouPorn Upgrades Your Porn Experience With Private Sign In, Light Theme
YouPorn, the website you visit right after lunch when your brain blood moves to your stomach, is introducing a few new features to enhance your porn browsing experience.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

YouPorn Upgrades Your Porn Experience With Private Sign-In, Light Theme
YouPorn, the website you visit right after lunch when your brain blood moves to your stomach, is introducing a few new features to enhance your porn browsing experience.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

Why Online Life Is Turning People Towards IRL
Over the past two years, I have seen people take "social media breaks" due to the stress caused by online engagement.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

Donor-To-Donor Kidney Chains Personify American Selflessness, Save Lives
Donor To Donor fights to bring attention to the growing deficit of more than 100,000 patients currently in need of a kidney around the U.S.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 08, 2019

Six Sacred Rules For Personal Branding In The Digital World
Your personal brand has moved online. You need to aware of - and deliberately managing - your virtual brand so you can achieve your goals. Follow these proven rules.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 07, 2019

Instagram Feature You Probably Didn't Use Often To Go Away Soon
Vishal Shah, Instagram's head of product, told BuzzFeed News the Following tab wasn't used frequently and they suspect users didn't know it existed.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 07, 2019

Should We Be Routinely Flying Into Typhoons Like Hagibis For Science?
Why aren't we routinely flying into typhoons like we do for hurricanes?

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 07, 2019

Should We Subcontract Critical Thinking Out To The Government? NoThanks!
Singapore's new law to combat the spread of fake news online, the Protection from Online falsehoods and Manipulation Act, allows the government to impose hefty fines on social networks and jail terms on individuals who publish anything deemed harmful to public order.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 07, 2019

As Canadians Get the P.L.T., Americans Get The McRib, Again
If you got the impression that McDonald's had a split personality, you'd be right.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 07, 2019

Amping Up Security Through Passwords And Multi-Factor Authentication
Passwords were designed as a measure to ensure that only the person who was supposed to have access could gain access. What steps can people take today to further secure their accounts?

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 05, 2019

Signal Messenger Eavesdropping Exploit Confirmed—What You Need To Know
Google's Project Zero team found an eavesdropping vulnerability that allowed an attacker to "listen in" on users of Signal.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 04, 2019

$2 Billion And Counting: Facebook Fundraisers Add Up For Nonprofits Worldwide
Facebook recently announced that more than $2 billion has been raised ‘in support of the people and causes they care about' on its platform.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 04, 2019

Why The Music Industry Is Banking On The Growth Of VR Concerts
The industry turned to live shows as their main source of income, yet the problem with live concerts is that they place a natural limit on the number of people who can attend them.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

When Steph Curry Has Your Back: The SnapTravel Story
It's not everyday that an NBA great funds your company, shows off your swag at the NBA Finals, tweets about you to his 13.7M Twitter followers, and pulls you on stage at Disrupt SF, one of the most popular tech startup events, but that's exactly what's happened to AI startup, SnapTravel.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Super Smart Response To Internal Leaks: Live-Stream Everything
Leak this: Zuckerberg live-streams internal meeting.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Has Started Using Mark Zuckerberg's Leaked Audio In Her Instagram Ads
In audio recorded during company meetings in July, Facebook CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg discussed the future of the social media juggernaut with his employees.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Twitter Usually Leaves Trump's Tweets Alone—Except When It Comes To Copyright
Twitter made the unusual move of taking down a video Trump tweeted featuring a Nickelback song over copyright concerns.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Facebook Launches ‘Threads' Stand-Alone Messaging App For Instagram In Effort To Promote Constant Sharing
Facebook is pushing deeper into direct messaging with a new Instagram companion app called Threads that adopts many of the popular features of rival Snapchat.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Facebook Launches ‘Threads' Standalone Messaging App For Instagram In Effort To Promote Constant Sharing
Facebook is pushing deeper into direct messaging with a new Instagram companion app called Threads that adopts many of the popular features of rival Snapchat.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Countries Can Force Facebook To Remove Posts, EU Court Rules
A precedent has been set for worldwide content policing on social media.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Social Good Summit Speakers Demand Progress In Fight For Climate Change
The 10th annual Social Good Summit took place on Sept. 22 at 92Y in Manhattan, with dozens of influential speakers from around the globe unifying their collective voices around the importance of climate change.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Tech Firms Breaking Pledges On Political Ad Transparency
Facebook, Twitter and Google are taking a 'blatantly fragmented' approach to political ad transparency, according to a new report from Privacy International.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 03, 2019

Google And The Right To Be Forgotten
A particular axis of critique lodged against Google is directed at how this giant processes data to the extent that Google exposes links to sensitive personal information that extends beyond EU boundaries, hence EU legal jurisdiction under the EU's "right to be forgotten" privacy rule.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

Hurricane Lorenzo Completed Extratropical Transition - What Does That Mean?
Hurricane Lorenzo completed an extratropical transition and is now a Post-Tropical Cyclone. What does all of that mean?

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

The Future Of Digital Is Analog: Art And Augmented Reality At Adobe's Festival Of The Impossible
Can machines be creative? Can they make humans more creative? Art meets AI at the Festival of the Impossible.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

Snowden Star Slams YouTube And Instagram On Data Mining, Praises Netflix and Apple
At Disrupt SF, a leading startup tech conference taking place this week in San Francisco, machine learning took center stage as actor and entrepreneur Joseph Gordon-Levitt addressed concerns over the data mining practices of the social media titans.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Slams YouTube And Instagram for Data Mining, Praises Netflix and Apple
At Disrupt SF, a leading startup tech conference taking place this week in San Francisco, machine learning took center stage as actor and entrepreneur Joseph Gordon-Levitt addressed concerns over the data mining practices of the social media titans.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

Instagram Launches @Creators Account For Tips And Advice For Influencers
Over the weekend, Instagram created a @creators account on their platform for "helping you create on Instagram, and no we can't get you verified."

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

Kamala Harris Tells Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey To Suspend President Donald Trump's Account In New Letter
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) is not mincing words. In a letter addressed to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, the Democratic presidential candidate asked the social media company to consider suspending President Donald Trump's account because his behavior regularly breaks the company's terms of service.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

DoSomething.org, Craigslist Founder Encourage Marginalized Youth To Augment U.S. Election Turnout
One year after its voter registration efforts helped fuel the largest youth voter turnout in more than 25 years, DoSomething.org is gearing up to bring even more young people onto the voter rolls for the upcoming 2019 and 2020 elections.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

YMCA Goes Viral On YouTube: Q&A With CMO Valerie Barker Waller
The YMCA of the USA is one of the largest nonprofits in America, and their latest video series is bringing millions of eyeballs to its core messages on YouTube.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 02, 2019

The WhatsApp Messages Of 1.5 Billion Users Could Self-Destruct Soon
It looks like Facebook is finally catching up with the likes of Signal and Telegram by adding a self-destruct option to WhatsApp

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 01, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Blasts Elizabeth Warren, Other Critics, In Leaked Audio
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rallied against his biggest critics, including the U.S. government and Elizabeth Warren, in newly leaked audio obtained by The Verge published on Tuesday.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 01, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Blasts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Other Critics, In Leaked Audio
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rallied against his biggest critics, including the U.S. government and Elizabeth Warren, in newly leaked audio obtained by The Verge published on Tuesday.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 01, 2019

Email Nonsense Inspired An Explanation Of Why Meteorologists Take A Lot of Math
Weather and climate science involves a lot of math. Here's why.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 01, 2019

More Nonprofits Use Facebook Than Have A Website: Global NGO Report
Nine in ten nonprofits around the world regularly use social media to engage their supporters and donors, according to the newly released Global NGO Tech Report produced by Nonprofit Tech For Good.

Forbes Social Media News
Oct 01, 2019

Implementing Privacy On Social Media
Given how technology has evolved, let's take a look at some measures to implement to help improve your overall security in addition to those you love.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 30, 2019

Trump Spent $2 Million On Facebook For ‘Official Impeachment Defense Task Force,' Researcher Says
He's spending money on the social network to fight impeachment.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 30, 2019

Functionality Meets Luxury In The Blue Yeti X Microphone
When it came time to review the latest microphone from Blue Microphones, the Blue Yeti X, I enlisted the help of someone whose verbal ego and budding talent was up to the task — my son Jakob, the self-deprecating, wisecracking film school student and wannabe rapper.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 30, 2019

Video Shows How Billie Eilish Danced On Walls, Ceiling During ‘SNL' Performance
During her debut performance during Saturday Night Live, 17-year-old singer Billie Eilish blew viewers' minds as she performed "Bad Guy" and seemingly danced on her set's walls and ceiling.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 30, 2019

Data Breach Warning For 200 Million Android And iOS Gamers
A prolific hacker claims to have breached the data of more than 200 million Android and iOS social gamers. Here's what is known so far.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 30, 2019

27 Easy Ways To Make Money Online
Here are some exciting ways to work online from wherever you choose and live the dream travel life.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 30, 2019

Quit Your Job And Travel the World: 27 Easy Ways To Make Money Online
Here are some exciting ways to work online from wherever you choose and live the dream travel life.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 29, 2019

The Blizzard In The Rockies Doesn't Disprove Climate Change But People Will Say It Anyhow
Why the current snowstorm in the Rockies does not refute climate change.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 29, 2019

Soon, Facebook Will Know What You're Thinking
Imagine a device that could accurately decode what you're thinking in real time. It might seem like science fiction, but a team of researchers funded by Facebook were able to do it, according to a research paper published July 30 in Nature Communications.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 29, 2019

This Small Company Will Win The Streaming Wars
The entertainment world is at an inflection point. New business models are killing convention, even in the most unlikely places.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 29, 2019

Hurricane Lorenzo Is Too Strong For Where It Is - Let's Deal With The Climate Change Question
A hype-free "101" on Hurricane Lorenzo, how unusual it is and climate change.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 29, 2019

Why Public Television Isn't The Right Model For SocialNetworks
An article by former Tumblr executive Mark Coatney uses the analogy of Public Broadcasting Television or PBS, to argue for creating a similarly not-for-profit public social network. However, is this analogy valid for a two-way medium such as a social network?

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 28, 2019

Why Facebook Views AR As Its Next Big Platform
Smartphones are great, but they are not the future of communication. Big technology companies know this. That's why, with the help of the company that makes Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses, Facebook wants to put artificial intelligence computers on your face.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 27, 2019

Targeted Advertising And The Usurpation Of Civil Rights
This is how targeted advertising functions whereby information that we largely deem uninteresting or trivial is used to create a menu of objects, from among a larger group of online advertisers, that us our information to feed us future advertisements.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 27, 2019

Study Finds 1/3 Of Users Buy Directly From Instagram Ad
Research from video technology startup VidMob showed more than one-third of the 1,000 survey respondents between the 16-45 using Instagram have bought something directly from the platform.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 27, 2019

Whither The Facebook Like Count? Company Tries Hiding It In Australia
The company will see if doing away with like counts makes people happier.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 27, 2019

Michelle Obama Features North Carolina Student On Instagram For National Voter Registration Day
Tuesday was National Voter Registration Day and while everyone was trying to register their friends and family, Michelle Obama reminded Instagram total strangers can be registered, too.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 27, 2019

Facebook's Horizon VR Promises A New Kind Of Drug For Our Exhausted Reality
Facebook, the drug we snort off the buttocks of a willing and paid for social media pit of despair, has opened us up to the psychological horror of the world around us. Now it wants all that in the virtual world of Horizon VR.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 26, 2019

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How much do you value data over your privacy? This piece considers this question by examining what many consider to be the tradeoff between data access and data security.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 26, 2019

Why We Need To Take Data Privacy Seriously
How much do you value data over your privacy? This piece considers this question by examining what many consider to be the tradeoff between data access and data security.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 26, 2019

Raise A Glass: charity: water Marks 10 Million People Served
Thirteen years after launching with a staff of one, charity:water has announced it has brought clean water to 10 million people worldwide.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 26, 2019

Highlights From Oculus Connect 6: Day One
If you missed anything from the first day of the conference, don't worry—it's all here for you to read.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 25, 2019

Instagram Testing New Battery-Saving Smartphone Feature
Instagram is testing a new Interface design that should bring a welcome boost in battery life for owners of many high-end smartphones.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 25, 2019

Match.com Sued by FTC For Fake Ads, Months After Dating Site Touted Its Fight Against Scams
The Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday that it's suing Match Group, the parent company of leading online dating sites such as Match.com, OKCupid, and Tinder, for allegedly using fake accounts to get more people to sign up for paid subscriptions.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 25, 2019

YMCA Advocates Jane Lynch, Andrew Zimmern Connect With Youths For YouTube Spotlight Series
As one of the nation's most ubiquitous nonprofits, the YMCA has given tens of millions of Americans a story to share. Now, the organization is using YouTube to boost the stories of some of its most recognizable supporters.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 25, 2019

Influencer Marketing Fraud -Solutions But No Hero
Takeaways from Mat Zucker at the Influencer Fraudnomics Summit.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 25, 2019

Influencer Marketing Fraud—Heroes Among Us
Takeaways from Mat Zucker at the Influencer Fraudnomics Summit.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 25, 2019

The Ultimate Paid Time Off: 17 Companies That Will Give You Money To Travel
Want to get paid to see the world? Check out these companies that will pay you to go on vacation.

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