We all use social networks, but features change and we may miss some of the new tweaks, so here are some to help get you
Just when Reddit began to seem like an appealing option for marketers, things got complicated and unless they recover it could get worse.
Twitter recently implemented a change to users' defaults settings that has Twitter users a bit unhappy. Have you seen the change?
Year after year Facebook “likes” have been the definitive measure of success for marketers. This is all changing with a new feature already in place.
After tweeting complaints, an advocacy group pushed Twitter to stop auto playing ads (but hasn't Facebook done this for years?).
Facebook Events have been updated, creating an interesting loophole brands should know about.
There is a lot of ridiculousness found on Twitter, and one blogger takes some shots at the most commonly idiotic acts on Twitter.
Narrow is a tool that is just now in beta, and without trying to sell you a magic bullet, the brand hopes to minimize your
Facebook makes a play to attract YouTubers, but will their efforts put a dent in Google-owned YouTube?
Members of the Senate want to make sure that when particular red-listed topics appear, the owners of the social media platform report them, or else.
Periscope, the fan favorite of live broadcasting apps these days, has issued some subtle updates that users will appreciate.
Tinder enables millions of people to meet because they have so many active users. Now they're rolling out verified profiles, but there's a catch.