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Need Online Content Writers? Here is the solution

Looking for the best Online Content Writer wouldn't be that difficult anymore

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Written by Vaishali Aggarwal of NewsGram

With the advent of Internet, an era of Information technology has dawned. Information and content is now everywhere. News has become a 24×7 commodity. Computers, smartphones, blogs and websites have become a  part of an ecosystem of digitized information.

Now, the news sources are just a click away. One click, and the next moment you will see hundreds of links before your eyes. In other words, Online Content has become a part of our life in this ‘Era of Digitization’.

But the scenario wasn’t the same if we talk about say a decade ago. News sources were limited in form of news papers, magazines, and Television channels.As they say, if it was not at CNN, it was not a news. But now the information and news landscape has seen what we call ‘Democratization of media’. If a local news paper or TV channel or a news agency does not want to take up or cover a news, so be it. Click a video or jot down the information and share it at Whatsapp or YouTube or you blog and lo and behold. Your content is now visible to the whole world. Anyone from anywhere on the Planet Earth (or even in globe!) can see the news and views shared by you and comment and spread. That is the power of Online Media. That is why ,we say: “The world is on our fingertips now!”

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What is Content Writing?

As the online media and social media has witnessed a boom, so has the demand for online content. From individuals to professionals to small and big businesses, online presence has become a near necessity. If you do not have an online signature (digital signature), you may be even considered out of times!

Whether you are writing for fun or purely your own urge or satisfaction, what you write leaves digital footprints. Thus, even for casual scribbling at online interfaces, one must strive to write meaningfully and correctly. However, when it comes to professional and commercial writings, there is a need of professional content writing. Businesses often take services of online content writers to keep up with their online presence, promotions and branding.

Online content writers and social media professionals help write great content for your digital marketing. These days, website content writing is frequently outsourced to external providers, such as individual web copywriters or for larger or more complex projects, a specialized digital marketing agency. Digital marketing agencies combine copywriting services (such as CopyCrafter) with a range of editorial and associated services, that may include brand positioning, message consulting, social media, SEO consulting, developmental and copy editing, proofreading, fact checking,layout, content syndication, and design.

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Now-a-days, a person looking for the job opportunity as an Online Content Writer would have a plenty of options, as the demand of Online Content Writers has spiked up since the Social Media and news providing agencies are going hand in hand.

When you need online content written and presented in a professional manner, then you need to look for copy-writing solutions.  CopyCrafter comes as  a all in one solution for your digital needs.
CopyCrafter is the platform where the best Online Content Writers are available. They produce custom content for websites, sales letters, brochures, eBooks, PPC advertisements, press releases, e-mails and much more. They have a knack of creating words and text that inspire, motivate and sell.

The job of an Online Content Writer is much more than just posting articles everyday. CopyCrafter provides the best services if you are looking for some best Online Content Writers in the market.

 

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How To Deal With Online Hate Speech: A Detailed Guide By Facebook

Critics of the company, however, said Zuckerberg hasn't gone far enough to address the inherent problems of Facebook, which has 2 billion users.

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Facebook says it is getting better at proactively removing hate speech and changing the incentives that result in the most sensational and provocative content becoming the most popular on the site.

The company has done so, it says, by ramping up its operations so that computers can review and make quick decisions on large amounts of content with thousands of reviewers making more nuanced decisions.

In the future, if a person disagrees with Facebook’s decision, he or she will be able to appeal to an independent review board.

Facebook “shouldn’t be making so many important decisions about free expression and safety on our own,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a call with reporters Thursday.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address at a Facebook developers conference in San Jose, California. VOA

But as Zuckerberg detailed what the company has accomplished in recent months to crack down on spam, hate speech and violent content, he also acknowledged that Facebook has far to go.

“There are issues you never fix,” he said. “There’s going to be ongoing content issues.”

Company’s actions

In the call, Zuckerberg addressed a recent story in The New York Times that detailed how the company fought back during some of its biggest controversies over the past two years, such as the revelation of how the network was used by Russian operatives in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

The Times story suggested that company executives first dismissed early concerns about foreign operatives, then tried to deflect public attention away from Facebook once the news came out.

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A Facebook panel is seen during the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, in Cannes, France. VOA

Zuckerberg said the firm made mistakes and was slow to understand the enormity of the issues it faced. “But to suggest that we didn’t want to know is simply untrue,” he said.

Zuckerberg also said he didn’t know the firm had hired Definers Public Affairs, a Washington, D.C., consulting firm that spread negative information about Facebook competitors as the social networking firm was in the midst of one scandal after another. Facebook severed its relationship with the firm.

“It may be normal in Washington, but it’s not the kind of thing I want Facebook associated with, which is why we won’t be doing it,” Zuckerberg said.

The firm posted a rebuttal to the Times story.

Content removed

Facebook said it is getting better at proactively finding and removing contentsuch as spam, violent posts and hate speech. The company said it removed or took other action on 15.4 million pieces of violent content between June and September of this year, about double what it removed in the prior three months.

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But Zuckerberg and other executives said Facebook still has more work to do in places such as Myanmar. In the third quarter, the firm said it proactively identified 63 percent of the hate speech it removed, up from 13 percent in the last quarter of 2017. At least 100 Burmese language experts are reviewing content, the firm said.

One issue that continues to dog Facebook is that some of the most popular content is also the most sensational and provocative. Facebook said it now penalizes what it calls “borderline content” so it gets less distribution and engagement.

“By fixing this incentive problem in our services, we believe it’ll create a virtuous cycle: by reducing sensationalism of all forms, we’ll create a healthier, less-polarized discourse where more people feel safe participating,” Zuckerberg wrote in a post.

Also Read: Facebook to Establish an Independent Body to Moderate Content

Critics of the company, however, said Zuckerberg hasn’t gone far enough to address the inherent problems of Facebook, which has 2 billion users.

“We have a man-made, for-profit, simultaneous communication space, marketplace and battle space and that it is, as a result, designed not to reward veracity or morality but virality,” said Peter W. Singer, strategist and senior fellow at New America, a nonpartisan think tank, at an event Thursday in Washington, D.C. (VOA)