Facebook has launched a number of new tools created to keep brands away from appearing next to controversial topics discussed on the social network.
In other words, creators should be "who they represent themselves to be, and have had a profile or Page on Facebook for at least one month", explains Grudin.
As such, Facebook has revealed that it would also begin to roll out pre-campaign publisher lists.
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"We're introducing new monetisation eligibility standards that will provide clearer guidance around the types of publishers and creators eligible to earn money on Facebook and the kind of content that can be monetised".
Facebook is making it harder to profit off of smut, vice and fake news. This was revealed by Carolyn Everson, VP global marketing solutions at Facebook, in a blog post. Facebook is extending the guidelines immediately to videos - which the company hopes will become an increasingly lucrative part of its business - and, in the coming months, to articles. These standards will apply to ad placements where context could matter, including in-stream ads and Instant Articles.
The regulations should help undercut the business model of those who publish sensationalist headlines and what Facebook describes as "false news", though it will not solve the problem entirely, especially because many of those people use Facebook not for ad revenue but to drive traffic to their sites, on which they sell ads.
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The post stated sharing content that repeatedly violates the Content Guidelines for Monetization, share clickbait or sensationalized news or post misinformation and fake news might lose the ability to run ads. "We want to ensure that advertisers feel confident in their investment on our platform and brand safety and what content ads are running against has been an area of concern". This month Facebook executives told congressional investigators that it unwittingly sold $100,000 worth of ads during the US presidential election to a Russian company that was targeting voters.
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