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Using misleading phrases to drive viewing audience on social media platforms.

  • 13-12-2021 1:28pm
    Posts: 0

    I've noticed this particularly on facebook and YouTube.

    Whilst YouTube video might have the phrase "NEWSFLASH" in its title, the video intro sequence still runs in all it's glory and palava. The speech may sound excited, but well, um, it's not that exciting after all, a storm in a teacup, if that, really.

    YouTube retired the "Bulletin" feature in it's Channel setup in 2011, ironically.

    Creeping in a wee bit on Linkedin too. What do other boardsies think?