(SOCIAL MEDIA) This $1 billion dollar acquisition of a CRM shows Facebook diving into the back end of social media for the first time.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) There are many reasons people choose plant-based diets. If you're looking to try it out, this app helps you stay on track.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Twitter wants to help you prep your marketing for the first COVID holiday season by sharing findings on what customers care about.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) As holiday shopping draws near, Snapchat offers helpful tips to help business owners make use of their advertising and branding tools.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Birdwatch is a new tool from Twitter in the fight against misinformation... in theory. But it could be overkill.
(MEDIA) We’ve warned of this for years, the industry funded it, and Zillow Homes brokerage has launched, and there are serious questions at hand.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Here are some takeaways from watching Netflix’s The Social Dilemma that helped me to eliminate some social media burnout.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) WeChat is protected by First Amendment concerns for now, but it's unclear how long the app will remain as pressure mounts.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) This new feature for Instagram opens avenues for viewers who don't or can't use audio on IGTV videos, creating more accessibility for all.
(Social Media) Reddit's UI hasn't always been super intuitive. 'Deck for Reddit' organizes your feed into themed columns, making it way more user-friendly.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) If you've been wanting to start a fundraiser for something you care about, Instagram's new feature lets you do just that. Go check it...
(SOCIAL MEDIA) TikTok, a video content social media giant, has been deemed a potential national security risk by the U.S Federal government.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook seemingly has enough money to throw away projects and apps they know will fail. Hobbi is their most recent flop.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Twitter releases private information affecting already hurting businesses, should this even be a surprise anymore? They have a history of privacy breaches.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook is asking a bunch of so-called experts to chime in on what the future holds, but can we trust them with the information...
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Google is constantly playing catch up, their new target is Pinterest. They have a new photo sharing social media app called Google Keen.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Twitter has long held the lofty title of the platform for quickest, worst reactions/announcements/statements, so will adding voice only make it worse?
(SOCIAL MEDIA) As if Facebook didn't already know you well enough to send you to sellers sites, now they have their own designated space for shops...
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook fails to address drug trafficking concerns on their platform--and, in doing so, highlights pivotal issues regarding moderator communication.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook faces European “regulation” if Zuckerberg doesn’t follow European laws and values. When will Zuck learn to not over reach.
Facebook avatar is the newest, oldest thing for users looking to spice up their profiles, and we’re not happy about it. We already have Bitmoji.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Reddit was supposed to be the land of free ideas, but someone noticed something strange. The question is, are they reading too much into...
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Are there times when it makes sense to connect with your boss and team on Facebook? Or is LinkedIn enough?
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook will pay out up to millions to former content moderators suffering PTSD to settle the 2018 class action lawsuit.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Twitter is rolling out a new warning giving users a chance to edit their tweet before they post “harmful” language, and we aren’t sure...
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