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How social media influence 71% consumer buying decisions

By consumer behavior, COVID-19 and influencer marketing, digital marketing, Ecommerce, evergreen content, facebook, influencer marketing, instagram, Mobile, online reputation management (ORM), online shopping, ROI marketing, searchenginewatch, Social, social media, social media marketing (SMM), tiktok, TikTok algorithm, Twitter

What’s the impact of social media on consumer buying decisions? How does social media buying look today? How can it change in the future? Founder and CMO at SEO PowerSuite and Awario, Aleh Barysevich answers all these questions.

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Facebook and Google indefinitely extend their ban on political ads

By 2020 election, ads, advertising, Donald Trump, election, engadget, facebook, gear, google, joe biden, misinformation, News, political ads, political advertising, politicalads

With the fallout of the US presidential election set to rumble on for who knows how long, Facebook and Google’s bans on political advertising are still in effect. The companies previously said their respective pauses on such ads would last for at lea…

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Facebook puts groups on ‘probation’ for repeatedly spreading disinformation

By disinformation, election, election 2020, Elections, engadget, facebook, fake news, gear, Internet, misinformation, social media, Social network, social networking

Facebook’s post-election crackdown on groups is extending beyond bans. The company told the Washington Post that it’s now putting political and social groups on probation if they repeatedly violate community standards. If Facebook makes that c…

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This week’s best deals: AirPods for only $100, plus more early Black Friday sales

By airpods, Amazon, apple, bfcm20, commerce, engadget, engadgetdeals, facebook, gear, holiday20, holidaydeal20, instant pot, lenovo, News, nikon, roomba, Samsung, Sony, thebuyersguide, vmholiday2020, weeklydeals

The holiday shopping season is in full swing — and yes, we know it’s only early November. Retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy have already kicked off the first rounds of their big sale events, and there will be more to come in the lead…

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Facebook Portal devices hit all-time low prices in early Black Friday sale

By bfcm20, commerce, engadget, engadgetdeals, facebook, gear, holiday20, holidaydeal20, News, portal, Portal Mini, portal plus, Portal TV, thebuyersguide, video calling, video calls, video chat

A good video chat experience is crucial at a time when in-person visits simply aren’t an option. Facebook is capitalizing on that with an early Black Friday sale for its Portal calling devices on both Amazon and its own store. Multiple models …

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Facebook and Instagram are warning US users the election remains undecided

By 2020 election, 2020 elections, Donald Trump, engadget, facebook, gear, instagram, politics, social media, social networking, Twitter

For much of Wednesday, Facebook and Instagram have been displaying a notice at the top of their apps reminding US users that the winner of the 2020 election has yet to be decided (via TechCrunch). “Votes are being counted,” the message declare…

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Facebook pauses recommendations of political and social issues groups

By 2020 election, 2020election, election, engadget, facebook, facebook groups, facebookgroups, gear, Groups, politics, social issues, socialissues

Amid a wave of actions Facebook has taken to prepare for next week’s presidential election, it has stopped recommending groups that focus on political or social issues. For the time being, users won’t see recommendations of new groups either.It’s not…

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The Senate’s section 230 hearing was partisan and predictable

By communications decency act, engadget, facebook, gear, google, Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, News, section 230, senate commerce committee, sundar pichai, Twitter

Vital debate on the future of the internet or pure political theatre? Today’s Senate Commerce Committee hearing featured Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai of Alphabet, and addressed the very law that’s foundational t…

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