What does the Reuters Institute’s annual report tell us about the relationship between the public, news outlets and social media platforms?
Political face palms, LinkedIn polls, negative SEO, fake news and canine conference calls all feature in a summary of what caught my eye in this week’s online travels.
Howdy, friends. It’s been (yet another) big week for fake news. Can you really believe anything you see on the internet any more?
This week, the Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee published its final report on disinformation and ‘fake news’ and Facebook is under fire.
Welcome to the first My Five of 2019, where the human race looks to continue to be doomed, as people pretend to be blind, and grown men cry over sausage rolls.
While Google is off fighting baddies, others are playing Mario Kart or using fruit to pay for their train; Some animals are getting offended and some are taking selfies. It’s time for My Five.
More fake news, devious little elves, and some questionable football celebrations – it must be My Five!
This week’s My Five includes a marketing masterclass, Skype Stories, Facebook’s new political tool, and covfefe?!
Brands need to tread very carefully when marketing with morals as missing the mark is likely to do more harm than good.
This week, we’ve had a #CourgetteCrisis, more fake news scandal, lots of complaints, and the official death of Vine. Is this really the beginning of the end?
Can you sort the real news from the fake? Neither can hundreds of thousands of people, and it’s causing big issues for digital marketers.