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Twitter's Trust & Safety Council
February 15th, 2016 by Jessica Cherok on Digital Pivot
Twitter has been plagued with harassment on its site for quite some time, and has been criticized for its lackluster response. Last week, the social media site once again made attempts to clean up its content. Twitter has formed the Twitter Trust & Safety Council, comprising 40 organizations, to assist in developing policies to combat harassment and abuse.

Help With Getting Found on the Web
December 8th, 2015 by Doug Bedell on Flack Me
Getting yourself or clients found on the ever-widening World Wide Web is both a trial and a test of your knowledge of search engine optimization – SEO. PRNewser acknowledges as much with a post on “SEO 101: How to Find 9 Classes for PR Pros”. Except for those from Hubspot and Moz, the classes aren’t free. But they’re all worth considering if you want to be a presence on the Web, and who doesn’t? In further elaboration of SEO strategy, John Lincoln on Entrepreneur provides “6 Essential SEO Strategies to Incorporate in 2016.” John takes you into the realm of content-marketing strategy.
Five Steps to Content Curation
October 2nd, 2015 by Jeannine Wheeler on Flack Me
If you’re putting together a content curation strategy — or you’re wondering what one is — you’ll benefit from curata’s new infographic outlining the five steps to creating a plan that will help your brand increase sales, leads, and reputation. According to its 2015 Content Marketing Tactics Study, leading marketers are curating 25% of all content they publish...
Press Releases Losing Out to Content Marketing Searches
March 24th, 2015 by Doug Bedell on Flack Me
Here’s a piece of incidental evidence to illustrate how PR is changing – from press releases to content searches on the web. As measured, anyway, by Google searches, press releases are in sharp decline while content searches are booming. “Overall,” writes Andrea Lehr, Promotions Supervisor at Fractal, “searches for public relations decreased 57 percent and those for press release fell 44 percent..."
Google's Ominous Shift Toward Mobile Devices
March 12th, 2015 by Doug Bedell on Flack Me
Law firms among others not so swift with mobile devices for Internet access may have concerns about Google’s plans to start favoring mobile-enabled blogs and websites in its search rankings, effective April 21. Here’s Kevin O’Keefe’s take on Google’s pending move on Real Lawyers Have Blogs.
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