Spammers can be harmful to your company
Have you ever received those weird comments on your Facebook page about “Someone finding bad pictures of you” or “Click here to get Taylor Swift’s phone number?” On a personal page it’s just annoying, but on a business page it can look unprofessional and be potentially harmful to your image.
Which is why Smart Moderation launched – it is a intelligence tool that“protects your Facebook, Instagram and other profiles from trolls and bad words.
Protect your brand
Suitable for businesses who get spam on their sites, or for personal accounts too; Smart Moderation was created for moderation teams, marketers, celebrities and enterprises. This new service promises to eliminate the comments and threats on your site so you can focus on more important things like content management and campaign creation.
With 24/7 protection, auto hide, and significant accuracy, bad words or inappropriate content won’t ever be an issue. Significant accuracy understands bad words, unwanted messages and trolling attacks and acts as a self-learning engine that blocks the wrong comments and keeps the right ones.
Smart Moderation in action
Save time and money
Smart Moderation can also help save you time along with money. By eliminating the time it usually takes you to delete those mal-comments, you automatically increase the time you could be dedicating elsewhere. Furthermore, bad comments can be detrimental for potential consumers who may be offended, which is inherently a loss in money. Smart moderation makes there is no loss, by blocking the comments and spammers, to ensure your customer stays around.
Smart Moderation is compatible with Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube and gives users the ability to reply to all those platform’s comments directly from the tool.
With social media being as popular as it is, it’s no surprise spammers are just as popular, making tools like Smart Moderation a necessity. There’s no word on when it will be released to the public, but they are accepting early access and premium members subscriptions at the moment.