Scale your content moderation efforts using local experts for social media campaigns, site content and more
As an eCommerce retailer or a business with a social media presence, you want to make sure that comments, reviews and feedback left by users meets your standards and is free of hate speech or other malicious content. Content moderation services can be used to help weed out harmful content on websites and social media channels on an ongoing basis, and can also be used for times when user engagement is higher, such as during social media marketing campaigns.
Whether you are in need of content moderation for a specific marketing campaign, or ongoing services to train your machine learning algorithm to recognize acceptable vs unacceptable content, Appen can meet your needs. With our global curated crowd, we have access to skilled individuals who are experienced in content moderation to ensure your brand is protected in all of your target markets.
Appen offers content moderation for various types of user-generated content including:
– Consumer reviews
– Social media comments
– News comments
Talk to us about your specific user-generated content and we’ll design a program to meet your needs.
With over 20 years in the industry, Appen has worked with technology leaders to collect the high-quality data needed to improve their solutions. With access to an experienced crowd of over 1 million people worldwide, and a team of experienced project managers, we can quickly scale your content moderation efforts.
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