Baku, Azerbaijan, July 20 Trend: Azercell Telecom LLC, the first mobile operator in Azerbaijan to launch the customer service system both in social networks and online mode, has once again proved its high level of services and professional manner of conduct in this field. The first quarter of 2018, the official Facebook page of the company has been awarded "Socially Devoted" certificate by international organization "Socialbakers" in the nomination for the best Socially-oriented page. According to the research of analysts, Azercell responded to 100% of inquiries and requests on its page. Notably, the total number of subscribers of the official Facebook page of Azercell exceeds 440,000 people and this figure is growing upwards. The company also did not leave its users’ and subscribers’ inquiries unanswered on Twitter, and results are once again ahead of the other mobile operators on these indicators. At present, the company has nearly 600,000 users on social networks, … [Read more...] about Azercell preserves its leading position in social media
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PUBLISHED: 17:30 12 July 2018 Senior coroner Mary Hassell outside Camden Town Hall. Picture: POLLY HANCOCK Archant Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week. Apologetic coroner must quit Yitzchak Freeman, full address supplied, writes: When high-echelon public servants like Inner North London Coroner Mary Hassell get things as wrong as she did, they normally “consider their position”. It’s time she did so. Her apology is welcome: I am prepared to acknowledge her sincerity, and at a personal level, it goes some way towards redeeming her name. But as a top-rank professional she has lost all public confidence. She stuck doggedly to her wrong-headed position for months, rejecting all criticism, and persisted in dogmatic policies that caused irreparable and lasting hurt and offence to vulnerable and powerless families. Along the way she willingly squandered huge sums of public money on her mulish refusal to see reason. Now, … [Read more...] about Ham&High letters: Mary Hessell, CS11, vulnerable adults, Brexit, 100 Avenue Road, police funding, antisemitism and social media
Business By Lora Jones Business Reporter, BBC News 18 June 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/business-44488051 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Across Britain, people are spending more money on vegan products, and plant-based diets are … [Read more...] about Is social media behind the rise of veganism?
Margrethe Vestager, the world’s most powerful regulator of tech companies, does not have a personal Facebook account. She decided to stay off the site, because parents, she thinks, should not be friends with their children on Facebook. “Because I am Danish,” she explains. “I don’t think you should follow too closely what your children are doing on Facebook because they might want to have some free space where no mother is hovering over their shoulder.” Vestager does have an official Facebook page, an online diary of her life as the EU’s competition commissioner, one of the biggest jobs in Brussels. The page details work done – her recent announcement that the EU had settled a seven-year dispute with Gazprom, a record €2.4bn (£3.7bn) fine on Google in 2017. But there are also snaps from everyday life (reposted by staff from her Twitter account) – the wide blue skies of Jutland or traditional homemade New Year cake … [Read more...] about EU tech czar Margrethe Vestager: ‘Social media could deactivate democracy’
Advertising used to be simple. Brands placed ads in print and on billboards, or maybe they’d buy airtime to run television commercials. The internet made everything more complicated. Brands had to create new types of advertising, and the popularity of social media meant many firms felt the need to be involved and create profiles in order to engage with customers. But recent events have called this assumption into question. Internet trolls and online bullying have been problems for years, and with the spread of fake news, plus the rise of bots masquerading as real accounts, social media has started to feel like a hostile, less trustworthy space. Read more: Why taming the trolls is now a matter of urgency for Twitter and Facebook Then there are the recent scandals, such as Cambridge Analytica harvesting Facebook users’ data, undermining trust in the safety of personal information. As a result, some brands are stepping away from social media altogether. Pub chain Wetherspoons … [Read more...] about The internet trolls ruined social media, but here’s how brands and charities can reclaim it