The internet troll brigades, including foreign actors, are using SEO tricks to spread misinformation and manipulate online platforms. They focus on building reputation, advertising, and influence to push their agendas. Trolls also employ AI-based tools and have deep pockets for advertising, making it challenging to distinguish them from genuine users. This behavior aligns with the concept of #fakenews, as trolls create fake websites to disseminate misleading information. Understanding their tactics can help in recognizing and combating their influence.
Another fine week passes with more and more interesting security issues arising, and not many success stories seen about how everything is nice and secure.… Read More »Security and Other Technology Twitters for the Week #3
Another interesting week in Security and Technology with the new Apple 6S series being released, and then plenty of news about malware and viruses inside… Read More »Security and Technology Tweets for the Week
A Twitter post can help bring traffic to your site, but not for very long, if your content is not captivating. Simply posting stuff isn’t enough, you need to create quality content. #Twitter #X
The Big Cajun Man is sharing his experiences on using Twitter to increase traffic to his Canadian Personal Finance website. He highlights the ineffectiveness of Twitter Tsunamis (posting 10 or more things at once), stating that posts are often overlooked. He suggests using platforms like Hootsuite, Kloutt, and Buffer for organized information dissemination. He also discourages posting directed links or posts that seem manipulative, as well as sending welcome messages with lucrative links. While he acknowledges that this approach gives him fewer followers, he is comfortable with a community that values authenticity over misinformation.