For example, where do you draw the Telemarketing List line between the truth and an attractive marketing story? How do you determine the reliability of sources when creating content? And how do you ensure that you do not accidentally Telemarketing List spread fake news yourself? By learning more about fake news, you as a marketer can better answer these questions. And win (back) the trust of your target group. Part of that is learning to Telemarketing List recognize the different types of fake news. 7 types of fake news According to Claire Wardle (PhD), there are seven different types of fake news.
She places those seven kinds on a scale Telemarketing List of deception. The scale starts on the left with information that was created without malicious intent, but that can sometimes be misleading. Think of satire, an innocent meme, or a typo (misinformation). The Telemarketing List further to the right you go, the more the creator has the evil intent to trick you. Then we are talking about things like propaganda and scams (disinformation). Claire Wardle's 7 Types of Fake News Source: Firstdraftnews.org What is the difference between these types of fake news? And what do they look like in practice?
Let me take you along with some Telemarketing List current examples: Satire/parody Satire and parodies ( satire or parody , in Wardle's words) are Telemarketing List usually harmless. They are meant to make you think, or to make you laugh. And while a lot of satire and parodies are obviously fake, there are always a few people who fall for it anyway. This Telemarketing List category of fake news is common in marketing.