FACEBOOK BLOCKS MENTION OF COMPETITOR FROM PLATFORM – IOTW Report

FACEBOOK BLOCKS MENTION OF COMPETITOR FROM PLATFORM

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Breitbart: Facebook will let you to post direct links to the dildo retailer Bad Dragon — at least until it’s spotted and reported — but it won’t let you post links to rival social media website Tsu.co on any of its platforms, including Messenger and Instagram.

Tsu.co is a content sharing platform much like Facebook that allows its users to share messages, photos, and videos with their followers. Unlike Facebook, it is currently invite-only.

More importantly, Tsu incentivises users to share content and invite more friends to the network by funnelling 90 per cent of ad revenues back to its users. Users receive 45 per cent of ad revenue generated by their content, and a further 45 per cent is shared with friends who invited them to the platform.  MORE


9 Comments on FACEBOOK BLOCKS MENTION OF COMPETITOR FROM PLATFORM

  1. Well, I suppose one could just use Facebook to link to YouTube, blogs, news sources etc. that provide you a kickback for all traffic generated from your link. Easy peasy.

  2. We need a conservative-run social media platform. I know I miss a lot of stuff on facerape because I have them blocked, but I refuse to allow that spyware in my house or on my computer.

    Trump could help us out with his megabucks on this.

  3. Farcebook is nothing but a digital fantasyland. People only post what they want the world to see. This website is all I participate in.

  4. Facecrook is de debil.
    My whole family keeps asking why I not on it, they don’t like the answer much.
    “Because I’m smarter than you.
    It’s OK, they already know I’m an asshole.

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