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Facebook’s Zuckerberg: “We have work to do to prevent tragedies”

Mark Zuckerberg didn’t shy away from the controversy over the disturbing videos of a fatal shooting posted on Facebook Sunday.

 

After a lighthearted introduction in which the CEO of Facebook compared its F8 developer conference Tuesday to the latest film in “The Fast and the Furious” franchise (the latest of which is also referred to as “F8”), Zuckerberg turned more serious. He offered his condolences and reiterated the company’s position that it will review its “reporting flows” so that users can flag video and other content that violates its policies.

Source - Read More: www.cbsnews.com

 
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The CEO of Gap Took a 5-Year-Old’s Complaint From Idea to Major Change in Just 2 Weeks

Feedback like this is a gift. It’s great to see one CEO who knew what to do with it.

Source - Read More: www.inc.com

 
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How to Craft a Remarkable SEO Strategy for 2017 – Whiteboard Friday

From understanding the big-picture search trends to making sure your SEO goals jive with your CEO’s goals, there’s a lot to consider when planning for 2017. In this Whiteboard Friday, Rand outlines how to craft a truly remarkable SEO strategy to help you sail through 2017.

Source - Read More: moz.com

 
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3 Steps for CEOs Eyeing Social Media Success #Infographic

So, the CEO of your company wants to dip his/her toes into the social media pool? MDG Advertising has three suggestions.

 
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How to Create Customer Personas for Your B2B Marketing

Ardath Albee, B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of Marketing Interactions, joins the Business of Story Podcast to discuss the importance of knowing your customers in a godlike way and the shift brands need to make to become relevant to their audiences. Source - Read More: www.convinceandconvert.com

 
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