Facebook and Twitter Get Butt-Chomped

Earlier this month 2 of the world’s most popular social media websites made themselves considerably less popular by zapping President Trump’s accounts on their platforms.

Over the course of this weekend there have been publications revealing how much damage these two websites did to themselves in the process.

Apparently the combined total of self-inflicted financial damage to Facebook and Twitter comes to a grand total of $51,200,000,000

For those of you who struggle to read big numbers with lots of zeroes on the end, that works out at $51.2 Billion. Continue reading “Facebook and Twitter Get Butt-Chomped”

Politician Calls for Promotional Platforms to Pay for News Content

One of the first news stories I came across today was ex. Culture Committee Chairman Damien Collins calling for British Ministers to copy the Aussies in making Google and Facebook pay for news content.

This doesn’t really make much sense to me as a nearly 21-year veteran of using the Interweb, as these platforms are mostly intended as a place to promote content with a snippet like the one above in order to help drive traffic to the news websites.

This is a concept so simple that even a Bernie Sanders supporter can make instructional videos about it telling people how to promote their content online, and then make money with it.

They can do this through Google AdSense ads like the ones scattered over this blog, as well as other options such as Amazon Associates, Ebay Partner Platform, Media.net, BuySellsAds + others. Continue reading “Politician Calls for Promotional Platforms to Pay for News Content”