Top Social Media Listening Tools to Manage Your Company’s Reputation

Knowing where your company is mentioned online can be a tedious task if you don’t have the right tools to find the mentions. And having the ability to respond to customers engaging on social media channels or finding out where they are talking about your company is also an important part of one’s business.

Today, companies are taking an active approach to social networking listening and don’t simply react to responses and mentions, but to each and every moment their organization or keywords related to it are published online.

Social Networking Startup MeWe Secures $3 Million

MeWe announced it has raised $3 million in financing from an undisclosed investor.

MeWe is a privacy-centric, all-in-one social network that lets individuals connect and share with the people and communities they know in real life. The platform lets each user decide exactly what he or she wants to share and with whom. Users can post directly to their feeds, share with specific groups, or send direct messages to individuals or groups.


Remember Orkut? Now say 'Hello' to the new social network by Orkut founder

Years before today's social media giants like Facebook and Twitter gained prominence, Orkut was the king of social networks with the second highest numbers of users from India.

However, its popularity dwindled and the social networking site eventually shut down in 2014 making way for the modern social media apps used today.
But Orkut founder Orkut Buyukkokten has come back with a new social network - Hello Network
Buyukkokten has been working on this new venture after observing social media giants take the world by storm.

Banned on Facebook: how the social network tackles controversial topics

A number of documents and manuals used to train Facebook’s moderators have been exposed in an investigative report by The Guardian, revealing the type of content users are and aren’t allowed to post on the social networking site.

That includes taking some controversial stances. For instance, it’s allegedly Facebook policy to allow the livestreaming of video of people attempting self-harm, only removing the video “once there’s no longer an opportunity to help the person … unless [the videos] are newsworthy”.


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