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Facebook and Twitter are battling spam and removing fake profiles
All over the world, there are fake accounts, profiles, and everything else you can think of when it comes to social media platforms. Because of this, Facebook and Twitter are fighting back and removing hundreds of millions of profiles that aren't legitimate. If you had various profiles on these platforms, you likely had them removed or they're on the platforms radar, so you could be losing them sooner rather than later.
Facebook alone deleted 583,000,000 million fake accounts and over 865,000,000 million posts, which is an insane amount of content if you think about it. Now, Facebook has over 2.2 billion daily visitors who are using the platform like they should be so that 583 million seems like a lot of accounts to just vanish, but they were usually fake account or people posting extremely vulgar or gruesome content who shouldn't be seen on the platform in the first place.
Cleaning up the junk profiles
Like I mentioned above, the majority of the profiles that were deleted from the bigger social platforms were just junk or fake. This means the community on your favorite social media platform is actually a better place to be since there isn't a lot of garbage content filling up your news feed, which is what people want to experience.
No one wants to see awful content, posts that are disrespectful, and generally content that isn't suitable for anyone in the world to see.
Removing repeat offenders
People who have been reported and then put in Facebook jail for a week or longer are starting to see their accounts getting locked. These people tend to post something that is more rated R and not PG, so it will get reported by the people who are "friends" with the poster, then Facebook will take action against the person.
If you've been in Facebook jail a few times, you're likely on the radar of most social media platforms, so you should be careful what you post if you want to be safe and keep your account active.
They want their platforms to be more friendly
When you go on a social media platform, you would never think that they want it to be user-friendly, but they actually do because there is a vast variety of people there. It's true that you can't please everyone, but you can do your best job if you keep everything PG, which means you need to police the platform just like Facebook and Twitter are doing currently.
They never know who is viewing what, because a child can get on an adults profile by accident and see anything within their news feed, which means if the platform wasn't being policed a child could see some pretty vulgar stuff.
Doing this could potentially reduce fraud
By removing a ton of fake profiles and almost a billion fake posts, Facebook is likely reducing fraud around the world from people who don't want to be tracked. I've seen countless posts from people offering something for sale, but when you check their open profiles it just shows a few pictures and almost nothing else, and the account was made in the last few weeks.
Spam accounts are all over the place, not just Facebook, and that is why most platforms fight fraud by deleting fake profiles.
If you're posting to your own profile, not posting vulgar content, and not trying to mislead people then you should be just fine on any platform you frequently visit. Now, if you're setting up countless profiles that you spam to, you're likely going to lose all of them and possibly your main account because it's usually not difficult to link them together. Now, if you're using proxies and building accounts that way, you will last a little longer but eventually, you will screw up and everything will get deleted. So, play it safe and use social media platforms for advertising but don't spam or make fake profiles to do it. Run your business as legitimate as possible, as well as your personal profile, and you should be just fine
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