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Social media has brought offensive posts to the forefront of sites like Facebook, creating a difficult challenge for politicians and aides.

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Political Parties Struggle To Manage Hateful Comments Online
Six months after launch, thousands of celebrities and public figures, including a group of bona fide A-listers, are using Facebook’s exclusive Mentions app.

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Thousands of celebs like Facebook Mentions, but is it more than a bit player?
Services like BumeBox are enabling brands to offer real-time Facebook chats with celebrities and influencers.

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5 Social Media Hacks Every Marketer Should Know
Facebook is on the cusp — and I suspect 2016 will be the year this becomes clear — of replacing television advertising as the place where American elections are fought and won.

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The Facebook Election
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld tells Mark Zuckerberg he “might really have something here” with Facebook.

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Seinfeld to Zuckerberg: You’re on to something
In the days leading up to Tuesday’s midterm elections, ABC7 Chicago hosted question-and-answer sessions on its Facebook page featuring the candidates for governor of Illinois.

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ELECTION DAY: ABC7 Chicago Hosts Facebook Q&As; by Candidates for Governor of Illinois - AllFacebook
Facebook provided ABC7 support and guidance on how to best promote the Q&As;, and BumeBox’s curation tool made it easier to highlight the strongest questions for the candidates.

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ABC7 Hosts Candidate Q&As; on Facebook
BumeBox hosts Q&A’s through social media for major media companies and celebrities, fixing most of the problems I have with them.

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BumeBox: Twitter and Facebook Chats Aren’t So Bad
Manchester United is the first English football club to reach 60 million fans on Facebook.

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Manchester United Reaches 60 Million Fans on Facebook
Twitter has long had a reputation as a real-time marketing platform, making it a go-to site for brands to host Q&A sessions with celebrities and personalities. But Twitter may be losing a few followers as marketers move chats over to Facebook.

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New Facebook Tool Lets Marketers Host Real-Time Chats With Celebs