SEO Malaysia, Web Design, And Social Media Marketing By Nexis Novus Technology Delivers Results At Affordable Rates – Press Release

Nexis Novus Technology is a leading digital marketing agency in Malaysia. It has acquired a reputation for consistently exceeding a client’s expectations. Its holistic approach to online marketing encapsulates all the critical aspects and yields consistent growth.

According to announcements released by Nexis Novus Technology, it is the preferred digital marketing agency for businesses that seek to leverage SEO Malaysia, web design, and social media marketing to do better than the competition in a sustained manner and at affordable rates. 

Clear deliverables based on tested routines and an up-to-date understanding of search engines give this SEO agency Malaysia an edge over other internet marketers. 

Through itsweb design Malaysia services, Nexis Novus Technology creates websites for clients that deliver that all-important positive first impression to visitors. The mobile-friendly websites can be customized to include features consistent with a business’s needs. It designs websites for corporate and business sectors, online

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Facebook Introduces Social Good for Business Website

Facebook Introduces Social Good for Business Website

Facebook’s new Social Good for Business website
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Facebook rolled out a new Social Good for Business website Tuesday to help businesses on its platform further their social impact.

The social network said the site was designed to help businesses:

  • Build a community for a cause: Leverage native platform tools in order to have a positive impact at scale.
  • Amplify your brand and impact: Learn how to build brand awareness, sell products with a purpose and start a conversation that drives action.
  • Show up where and when it matters: Connect more deeply with communities and customers by identifying relevant moments like #GivingTuesday, Ramadan or Pride Month to amplify causes that are important to your business.

Facebook head of global business strategy and engagement Arielle Gross Samuels said in a blog post, “We’ve seen businesses of all sizes

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Why Social Media Matters For Google SEO

The PR Maven®, CEO & Founder, Marshall Communications, creating & implementing marketing/PR/personal branding strategies.

I tend to spend a lot of time on social media. And, in the back of my mind, I justify it by saying to myself, “I need to do this for my business.”

Of course, I’m not alone. Americans spend an average of over two hours per day on social media, and I’d guess many of them are small business owners who want to stay “current.” Entrepreneurs like me want to learn more about the latest trends and techniques, such as Instagram Reels (which replicates TikTok). However, I also enjoy connecting with friends old and new as well as meeting friends of friends. I find it’s a great way to remember people I’ve met along the way and to reconnect with old friends from school. I am naturally a social person, so much so that

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The LAPD banned officers from using facial recognition technology which harvested images from social media by Clearview AI



a group of metal objects: Chris Wattie/Reuters


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Chris Wattie/Reuters

  • The Los Angeles Police Department banned the use of commercial facial recognition software after being confronted about its officers’ use of Clearview AI by BuzzFeed News, the outlet reported Tuesday.
  • BuzzFeed News reported that it had inquired about documents showing that “25 LAPD employees had performed nearly 475 searches using Clearview AI,” a controversial software that scrapes images from social media.
  • The LAPD has previously misrepresented how widely it has used facial recognition tech, while Clearview has come under fire over privacy issues and its reported connections to white nationalists.
  • Cities including San Francisco, Oakland, and Boston have banned government agencies from using facial recognition amid growing worries over racial and gender bias as well as civil liberties violations.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The Los Angeles Police Department, the third-largest department in the US, issued a moratorium on its use of commercial

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The LAPD banned officers from using commercial facial recognition technology after being confronted about its use of Clearview AI, a controversial software that harvested images from social media



a group of metal objects: Chris Wattie/Reuters


© Chris Wattie/Reuters
Chris Wattie/Reuters

  • The Los Angeles Police Department banned the use of commercial facial recognition software after being confronted about its officers’ use of Clearview AI by BuzzFeed News, the outlet reported Tuesday.
  • BuzzFeed News reported that it had inquired about documents showing that “25 LAPD employees had performed nearly 475 searches using Clearview AI,” a controversial software that scrapes images from social media.
  • The LAPD has previously misrepresented how widely it has used facial recognition tech, while Clearview has come under fire over privacy issues and its reported connections to white nationalists.
  • Cities including San Francisco, Oakland, and Boston have banned government agencies from using facial recognition amid growing worries over racial and gender bias as well as civil liberties violations.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The Los Angeles Police Department, the third-largest department in the US, issued a moratorium on its use of commercial

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Publisher ends relationship with Pete Evans after chef posts neo-Nazi symbol on social media

The publisher of Pete Evans’ books has said it is “finalising” its relationship with the celebrity chef after he posted a cartoon on his social media accounts which included a neo-Nazi symbol used by the Christchurch terrorist.



Pete Evans standing in front of a building: Photograph: Bradley Kanaris/AAP


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Photograph: Bradley Kanaris/AAP

The former My Kitchen Rules host on Sunday posted a cartoon on Facebook and Instagram to his over 1.5m followers of a caterpillar wearing a Make America Great Again hat talking to a black butterfly with a Black Sun symbol on its wing.

The ancient European symbol, also known as the sonnenrad, has been appropriated by Nazis and is recognised as a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamation League.

The symbol was also used on the Christchurch terrorist’s manifesto before the massacre last year. According to Gizmodo, the meme was also published this week on a Nordic neo-Nazi website.

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SEO Expert Qamar Zaman Explains How Internet of Things (IoT) Is Changing Social Media?

Press release content from KISSPR. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.

11/15/2020, Dallas // KISSPR //

How Is Internet of Things (IoT) Changing Social Media?

Social media is probably the biggest treasure trove of data the world has ever seen. People interact with their friends and family members on it almost constantly. Social networks monetize that data and break it up into various categories, which are then used for marketing purposes. 

With the involvement of IoT in social media, that mountain of data is only going to get bigger. As a result, social media will experience many changes. Already, the implementation of certain IoT practices has shown great results. Here are just 3 ways in which IoT is changing social media. 

1.   Businesses Delivering Better Services 

Due to the influx of more data, IoT is providing more contextual data to social media

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Should Job Candidates Use Social Media To Connect With Their Interviewers?

More than ever, jobseekers are looking for any edge to increase their odds of landing a job. In my conversations with jobseekers, a common question is how to use social media. In particular, there is uncertainty about whether candidates should connect with interviewers via social media.

As a candidate, social media can be a mechanism for learning about your interviewer. What they post, repost, or like will tell you about their interests, views, and beliefs. That valuable information keeps you from going into the interview blind. But using social media beyond quietly gathering intel requires a strategy.

The completely risk-free answer to whether you should connect online with an interviewer—is no, you should not. But according to The Empowered Candidate—a book focused on helping jobseekers—when done correctly, using social media to connect with interviewers can give you an advantage. The book provides three factors to inform your

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How social media platforms are handling the 2020 election

Before Election Day, the company issued an early warning that it would label posts that tried to declare victory prematurely, and explained how it would determine when a result was “official.” But the real test came when Trump started tweeting. When the president tweeted in the early hours of Wednesday morning that “they are trying to STEAL the Election,” the company added a label within minutes. The label, which called the tweet “misleading,” prevented it from appearing directly on users’ timelines. The company also disabled retweets and likes. By Wednesday afternoon, the company had labeled five tweets from the president.

Twitter also labeled a number of other tweets from prominent Republicans and other influential accounts for breaking its rules. On Tuesday, the company

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The Gap Deletes Election Tweet After Social Media Backlash

The Gap has pulled a tweet that referenced the 2020 U.S. presidential election, following backlash on social media.

On Wednesday morning after Election Day, the company tweeted a video of a blue and red hooded sweatshirt being zipped up the middle, along with the caption: “The one thing we know, is that together, we can move forward.”

The post was swiftly met with critique from Twitter users, who called out the brand for appearing to gloss over polarizing political divides—divides that were dramatically clear in the lead-up to the 2020 election—in service of marketing. It was also confirmed that the sweatshirt was not an item actually for sale.

The message might have seemed noncontroversial, but in many ways the reaction to the tweet illustrated just how deep American wounds run. Feel-good messages of unity, once considered bland and unremarkable, have become themselves the subject of division—especially in a country

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