Does social media regulations affect traffic and monetizing of social media

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In my country Nigeria there are actually talking about the regulations of social media don't really know to which extent but is going to have effect on the traffic on my page and is going affect monetizing social media if so is going to have a positive or negative effect
 

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In my country Nigeria there are actually talking about the regulations of social media don't really know to which extent but is going to have effect on the traffic on my page and is going affect monetizing social media if so is going to have a positive or negative effect
there's nothing to fear about regulations, they most are there to provide a good experience for end users and a good experience for you and your page, i don't know which regulation you are talking about , however in most countries there are different cultural regulations to match the content recommendation
 
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No, social media regulations won't affect your page monetization. Because its not stopping the usage of the platform. They're only regulating the entire system to find to balance the free flow of the platform.
 

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If there has been one of the things that has been scaring me and other people about social media is how thier algorithms, rules and terms change so frequently and how it is difficult to keep up with the rules and you could be banned for a long time or permanently without something genuine or harshly. The way social media is being regulated can affect the amount of traffic that could lead to your site but I don't think that should be a very big problem, you just have to be very careful and constantly update yourself with the latest
 

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Social media regulations are yet to take place though the government talks about it, main reason why the government talks about it is because it has been against their corrupt practices, the social media exposes their wrongs a lot. The task of social media regulation is not a day's job.

But if it's done, it will not affect monetization, it will only affect political posts against the government.
 

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The Nigerian government is talking about social media regulation as social media is the only place where our voice could be heard about their evil practices. It's just so bad that things have gone this way within the last 6 years.
 

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Social media platforms take their rules seriously, especially when it comes to advertising.

It will be painful to lose an account you've worked on diligently for long, so it's best you just do what's within the limits.
 

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No, I don't think it will effect your traffic on your page or can cause any issue in the monetization of your page.
Regulations are made on social sites to give their members an easy & a well set platform. Regulations are made mostly just to protect our personal data or give us different opportunities.
 

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It mainly works by bringing your brand and content more visibility, which in turn drives more traffic. Besides, your social mediaprofiles and YouTube videos also rank among regular search results. So optimizing them for the search engines will definitely boost your overall SEO strategy.
 

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If you are talking about social media rules and regulations that is peculiar to every social media platforms, it doesn't affect your page monetization, rather it helps for better experience. For the issue of government censoring a country social media platforms, it might affect your page monetization, because the amount of money you make is dependent on the volume of traffic generated, so if the censorship reduces the number of contents you upload and the number of visitors to your page, your income will drop.
 

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Regulating social media in Nigeria can't limit traffic on a blog or website. What they are trying to do is that they want to limit the rate at which people post fake news online. If for example you want to post an hateful speech or insult someone online or spread rumour, you won't be allowed to do so.
 

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Social media influence is a marketing term that describes an individual's ability to affectother people's thinking in a social online community. The more influence a person has, the more appeal that individual has to companies or other individuals who want to promote an idea or sell a product.
 

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Social media largely depends on access to the Internet if a country decides to regulate access to social media then of course it will have tremendous negative impact on the online business space, however the case may be, regulation or limited access to to the Internet is bad for online market space.
 

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Social media regulations are yet to take place though the government talks about it, main reason why the government talks about it is because it has been against their corrupt practices, the social media exposes their wrongs a lot. The task of social media regulation is not a day's job.

But if it's done, it will not affect monetization, it will only affect political posts against the government.
In many countries the rules as not be implemented and I think even the implementation will not affect monetization, The rules is just to regulate the content that can be posted online and this can never stop monetization
 

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I think social media regulation is important to keep check on information in this present age. Nevertheless, this should not be done to deprive people of their voice to speak most especially speak against corrupt leaders
 

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I wonder what kind of regulation is that in your country about social media. We all know that social media is free and they have their own rules about posting like against violence and sex. But I have not heard of any regulation or restriction that our country had imposed on social media. As you said that you do not know the extent then much more that we do not know because we don't really know what that regulation is all about.
 

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Most times regulations at implemented to benefits the end users and to ensure maximum use of it. I don't think it will affect you negatively, although you have to confirm very well so that you won't be disappointed. Best of luck
 

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Social networking influence is convertible to viable revenues when done right. On the one hand, it can be used to enhance your existing business. And on the other, it can turn into a lucrative enterprise if you don't have one already. All it boils down to are the values that would guide the decision-making processes and the know-how on conducting it properly.
 

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No social media regulation does not effect traffic and monetizing of social media, social media regulation is perfect and cool
 

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Some time back, the Australian government tried to regulate facebook. In return, facebook blocked all Australian news sites on its platform. This created a much outcry among people.
 
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