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Facebook Deploys New Tools for Military and Veteran Entrepreneurs

Facebook helps veterans and active military members stay connected. As a result, over 900,000 Americans participate. For example, there are over 2000 groups for veterans, active military people and spouses. Now, Facebook announces new tools focusing on veteran owned small businesses. Small Business Trends contacted Payton Iheme, Public Policy Manager at Facebook who is also …

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9 Mission-Critical Lead Generation Metrics You Need To Track

The average data-driven business is growing more than 30% year-over-year, according to Forrester. By 2021, the same companies will take $1.8 trillion annually from companies that aren’t using data insights. In the modern marketing era, there is no place for “winging it”. If you want to thrive among fierce competition, you must keep tabs on …

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Facebook launches its News section – TechCrunch

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Facebook starts testing News, its new section for journalism Facebook’s news section, which was previously reported to be imminent, is here: …

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9 Alternative Apps You Need to Quit Facebook for Good

Facebook’s reputation is in the gutter right now. Privacy scandals, unchecked snooping, and the mishandling of user data all mean that trust in the company has hit a new low. The fact that Facebook owns other major services such as Instagram and WhatsApp only heightens concerns over its activities. So what do you need to …

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India moves closer to regulating internet services as it fears ‘unimaginable disruption to democracy’ – TechCrunch

India said on Monday that it is moving ahead with its plan to revise existing rules to regulate intermediaries — social media apps and others that rely on users to create their content — as they are causing “unimaginable disruption” to democracy. In a legal document filed with the country’s apex Supreme Court, the Ministry …

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