During these unprecedented times, more brands than ever are realising the importance of a strong social media presence. However, many struggle to know how to maximise their social platforms for awareness and promotion.
The UK government and leading social media platforms have reportedly agreed on a set of new measures to tackle the spread of disinformation and misinformation related to vaccines against Covid-19, according to a joint press release published by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and the Department of Health and Social Care.
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The global professional networking platform LinkedIn, which has recently reported more than 722 million users, ‘ensures that three people are hired every minute’ and new features make it easier for nearly 40 million job seekers to indicate they’re looking for their next opportunity, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
The US presidential campaign is drawing to a close as the country prepares to flock to the polls to add to the millions of postal votes already cast.
Social media companies, wary of a repeat of the reputational damage they incurred after failing to prepare for a barrage of fake news four years ago, have been taking sweeping steps to prevent the same thing happening again.
Here is a round up of some of the steps taken by the following social media networks…