Here are my thoughts on Facebook’s move (or non-move?) to remove or flag misleading posts by President Donald Trump.
A number of people who use social media get their information from their chosen platforms. Facebook included.
Therefore, every social media platform has the responsibility to make sure that their platforms are a good way to get information.
Was this intended? No.
Let me make that NO clear.
When I first logged in on my Facebook account, all I wanted to do was to keep in touch with my friends.
On LinkedIn, I wanted to connect with people that I do not know or have met in a seminar or conference and learn from them.
We also share our opinions and our points of view on our chosen platforms. Just like how other people (celebrities, experts, geniuses, and yes, some not-so-genius) do.
We sometimes do not even know where the information came from. That’s why fake news was born.
So it is important for platforms to help their audiences seek the right information. Because sometimes, we do not filter it. We take information as it is.
I have had the best social media marketing experience through Facebook, but the unflagging of potentially misleading information is a NO.
Ann Kristine A. Peñaredondo is a Facebook Marketing Strategist who has managed and grew Facebook Pages of top shopping malls, lingerie, and dairy brands, as well as authors and experts in business, food, health, and education. Ann's podcast show, Pin To Top, is listed in Growth Mentor and Feedspot as one of the top podcasts for Facebook and marketing for 2020. Ann is also one of the Manila Workshop’s resident speakers and facilitators. She’s been featured in Jomar Hilario’s Online Show and book Virtual Careers, Wazzup Pilipinas, Astig.PH, Prime Influencers, Marketing in Asia, Thrive Global, and The Manila Times. Email her at email@example.com
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