Learn to Drive Site Traffic With These Google and Facebook …

Know the ropes so you’re not just throwing money into the void. December 12, 2018 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. […]

Google, Facebook face call for new ombudsman, privacy clamp…

The Australian regulator’s recommendations form part of a world-first inquiry, and contain some of the strongest suggestions globally on how to manage the rising influence of digital platforms, after a rocky year for social media. Facebook, in particular, has been under increased scrutiny worldwide after a series of scandals around users’ data and a proliferation […]

Facebook, Google Tumble as Best Places to Work

Yet again, Glassdoor has issued its annual list of the best places to work, and yet again, a handful of tech companies made the upper echelons of the list. However, there’s one big change from last year: Facebook, which previously placed first, is now in seventh place, just behind Linkedin (in sixth place) and ahead […]

Are Google and Facebook really suppressing conservative pol…

In August, Paula Bolyard, a supervising editor at the conservative news outlet PJ Media, published a story reporting that 96% of Google search results for Donald Trump prioritized “left-leaning and anti-Trump media outlets”. Bolyard’s results were generated according to her own admittedly unscientific methodology. She searched for “Trump” in Google’s News tab, and then used […]

World watches as Australian regulator rules on Facebook and…

A titanic struggle is taking place between some of the world’s largest corporations. In one corner is Google and Facebook. In the other is News Corporation. It’s not alone. It stands with most of the established media companies which have watched with growing horror as their advertising revenues have migrated into the coffers of the […]

Facebook and Twitter join Google in criticising piracy Bill

A group including Facebook and Twitter has told the Australian Senate Standing Committees on Environment and Communications that the proposed piracy site-block amendments “expand the scheme far beyond what is reasonable”. The Australian government introduced the new legislation in October, proposing to expand piracy site-block laws from carriage service providers to online search engine providers. […]