8 Social Media Content Calendar Tools for Scheduling Posts

Automate your social media marketing….. I use buffer but I’m gonna check out the others…

If you’re active in multiple social media platforms, you must try post-scheduling calendar tools for publishing your content.

The world of social media is expanding, and hence it becomes difficult for individual users to post on all the platforms regularly at the right time. In order to manage when and what to publish on social media, you need to stay organized. To make the whole process seamless and hassle-free, check out these eight social media calendar tools for scheduling posts.

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Facebook’s race-blind policies around hate speech came at the expense of Black users, new documents show

Don’t I know about this firsthand….

Last year, researchers at Facebook showed executives an example of the kind of hate speech circulating on the social network: an actual post featuring an image of four female Democratic lawmakers, known collectively as “The Squad.”

The poster, whose name was scrubbed out for privacy, referred to the women, two of whom are Muslim, as “swami rag heads.” A comment from another person used even more vulgar language, referring to the four women of color as “black c—s,” according to internal company documents exclusively obtained by The Washington Post.

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Hacking Humans: 5 Ways You Can Be Exploited on Social Media

If you have an active social media account on any platform, you’ve probably shared some private information, made some friends, or clicked a link that you came across while using it. Undoubtedly, social media platforms can prove to be useful to make connections and reach out to the wider world, but is it always the case?

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Evil Corp: A Deep Dive Into One of the World’s Most Notorious Hacker Groups

Digital illustration of the Guy Fawkes mask.

Evil Corp has carried out several sophisticated attacks since it first burst onto the online scene. But just how dangerous are they?

In 2019, the United States Justice Department filed charges against Russian national Maksim Yakubets, offering a $5 million reward for information leading to his arrest.

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Don’t browse the internet without these ad blockers for Chrome – gHacks Tech News

I personally don’t use Chrome because Google and their snooping is getting ridiculous these days… Vivaldi, Edge, & Opera are good Chromium based alternative browsers

Best Ad Blockers for Chrome

Ads are one of the biggest annoyances that you will come across while surfing the internet. Websites place ad banners, and when visitors view the ads or interact with them, it earns the site revenue.  Nearly every website has ads, even big ones like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, etc.  Why? Because it costs money to operate website.

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New MosaicLoader malware targets software pirates via online ads

New MosaicLoader malware targets software pirates via online ads

You gotta be a newbie to fall for this BS…. but it is a lot of dumb lazy asses in the world these days…. smh

 

An ongoing worldwide campaign is pushing new malware dubbed MosaicLoader camouflaged as cracked software via search engine advertising to infect wannabe software pirates’ systems.

MosaicLoader is a malware downloader designed by its creators to deploy more second-stage payloads on infected systems, as Bitdefender researchers revealed in a report published today and shared with BleepingComputer last week.

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Image Enlargement Tools

A few apps you can install and a bunch of links to online image resizers that use AI algorithms…

How Your Ad Blocker Can Track You Across the Web

Big business just don’t GAF about privacy or user rights….. hell did they ever?

 

Ah, ad blockers. Even if you aren’t among the growing number of people downloading one of these extensions, chances are you’ve heard people sing their praises for all sorts of reasons. They make the web a less cluttered, less laggy, less invasive place to be. So naturally, the money-hungry tech upstarts have found a way to ruin these tools for their own gain.

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Ten People You Should Never Follow On Social Media | EP #264 feat Blueprint & Illogic – YouTube

Although we’ve spoken about social media many times on this podcast, we’ve never spoken about how who to follow and who to not follow on social media. In this episode, we break down the ten types of people you should never follow on social media and why. Let’s go!

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How to Stop T-Mobile from Selling Your Web Browsing Data to Advertisers

 

The T-Mobile headquarters in Bellevue, Washington.
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T-Mobile will begin sharing your web browsing and mobile app data with advertisers starting April 26, 2021. T-Mobile is automatically enabling this for nearly everyone, but you can opt-out to prevent T-Mobile from selling this data to marketers.

This also applies to other T-Mobile-owned carriers, including Sprint and Metro by T-Mobile.

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