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Facebook Using AI to Wipe Out Terrorist Accounts

The social network is leveraging AI, in partnership with human expertise, to keep content from groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda off the platform.
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17 Ways to Get More Views, Engagement and Shares on Your Facebook Videos

With Facebook constantly evolving and introducing new features, your video marketing strategy has to evolve too.
Instagram

Instagram to Crack Down on Shady Sponsored Posts

The Facebook-owned social network introduced a new branded content tool to help users more easily identify when posts are sponsored.
Facebook

How to Win at Facebook Advertising

If Facebook ads don't seem to be working for you, don't give up -- learn how you can do them better.
Take It From The Pros

5 Proven Ways to Get More Customer Reviews On Google and Facebook

Effective social media marketing requires strategy and follow through but not a huge budget.
Facebook

Facebook Is Trying to Make Clicktivism Worth Something

By offering up the details of your local political representative for you to contact directly.
Facebook

Man Fined $4,000 for 'Liking' Facebook Comments

Read very carefully before hitting the Like button on Facebook -- it could land you in court.
Facebook

Facebook 'Trending' Section Is Getting a Little More Useful

Now, when you click on a trending topic, you'll see a carousel with stories about it.
Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg: Some Tech Is Worrying, but Not Facebook

In his Harvard commencement address, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg reminisced about his intentions for starting the social network.
Team Work

Why It's Important That Facebook Admitted It Sometimes 'Gets Things Wrong'

Here is what you can learn from the controversy over the social network's content moderation policies.
Masters of Scale

Why Mark Zuckerberg Runs 10,000 Facebook Versions a Day

In a rare interview on the podcast 'Masters of Scale,' the Facebook CEO shares how his obsession with testing everything has helped his company scale.
Facebook

Facebook's Content Moderation Rules Are Both Careful and Shocking

The rules for dealing with violent and disturbing images often require moderators to ask whether they are 'newsworthy' or 'raise awareness.'
Facebook

Connection Matters: Small Businesses on Facebook Learn From Each Other

Our focus on competition can obscure the extent to which business owners form communities to connect, support and advise each other.