The ‘fake’ news business is back.
And the people behind it are taking the money.
The latest from Recode is a new video that lays out the basics of how to run your own ‘fake-news’ business.
It’s a fascinating look at how to start a new fake-news business, and how to make a business sustainable.
Recode has a special deal on the new ‘fake content’ series from Recodes, and we’ve put it up for free to anyone who downloads our podcast.
Recodes has a lot of great stories about how to create new media and new businesses.
Recoding has also been on our list of best podcasts to listen to.
Here’s what you need to know about the ‘recovery’ of ‘fake stories’ and how you can get in on the action.
How does a fake story get picked up and spread?
Recode co-host Matt Yglesias lays out a few basic steps you can take to help build a business around a story that’s been picked up by the mainstream media.
If you’re like me, you might be wondering how this works.
There are two types of fake news stories that are being picked up in mainstream media: ones that are “legitimate” news, and ones that you want to spread to your audience, but don’t have a verified source.
In this first post, we’re going to dive into the “legit” news.
We’re going back to basics with these fake news tales.
The ‘legitimate’ news is news that’s not newsworthy enough to get picked by the newsrooms or the press, so it doesn’t qualify as fake news.
These stories are more of an “innovative” type of story that doesn’t meet the basic criteria of “fake news.”
For example, you may see these stories in the news and be surprised to learn they’re not news, but a parody of news that you don’t actually read.
You’re probably also not sure what these stories are about, but they may be about “a woman being accused of a crime,” or “a local business owner who is under investigation for a fraudulent sale of his business.”
These stories aren’t really newsworthy and aren’t newsworthy at all.
The second type of fake stories is those you want your audience to be interested in, but you don ‘ve verified as a news source.
These are stories that you believe are genuine news, because they don’t fit the mainstream definition of fake.
Examples of this include stories about a family who’s lost their house and is looking for a replacement, or a celebrity who’s getting divorced.
A few examples of these stories will appear in the next section of the article, but for now, let’s focus on the real news stories.
What happens if a ‘legit’ story doesn’t get picked?
You have two options for how you would go about trying to find fake news if you were to start your own business.
You can use a website like BuzzFeed.
BuzzFeed has a great feature called “Follow the money,” which lets you choose the stories you want in your feed.
If it’s not a news story, BuzzFeed is your source of “legible” news for you.
This means that you can click on the link to the story and see if it’s actually from BuzzFeed.
You get a link to a BuzzFeed article that will tell you more about the story.
(You can see an example of this below.)
If the story is fake, you can find more information about it in a BuzzFeed report.
BuzzFeed also has a way to “follow” other fake news sites, like Breitbart and Infowars, that you might want to avoid if you want reliable news.
(Breitbart is a site that’s known for spreading false stories.)
The BuzzFeed app allows you to track the stories that people click on to find news, to get recommendations from other BuzzFeed users, and even to create a “fake” story for your followers.
You might be tempted to do all of this manually, or you might have an automated tool that can handle the whole thing for you, but we’re not going to go there.
We can do it all automatically using our built-in tool.
How do I run my own fake-media business?
You’re going be able to make some money by simply building your own fake news business.
A business that’s successful can make money by selling products and services to other businesses.
There’s a wide range of services that can be used to run fake-content websites.
Here are some of the most popular services: AdSense, which is used to sell ads on sites like Facebook, YouTube, and other major social media platforms.
You’ll find a list of some of AdSense’s most popular sites on the BuzzFeed platform.
You could make money selling advertising on your own sites by making a few extra dollars on top of what you make from the sites.