Social Media Plays Key Role In Democratic Congressional Sit-InLive-streaming services Periscope and Facebook Live proved to be a valuable tool.
Make Instagram Part Of Your Marketing Strategy: Instagram Ads & How To Use ThemCurrently, the photo sharing platform Instagram has more than 400 million users, which is around 80 million more than Twitter.
Study: Posting Baby Pics On Facebook Could Make New Moms DepressedSharing photos with friends and family might not be the only reason new moms are posting a lot of pictures of their baby on social media.
Social Networks Cracking Down On Hate SpeechFacebook, Twitter, and YouTube have agreed to review a “majority” of flagged content within 24 hours and if necessary-- remove it.
Keep Quiet: Is Facebook Listening?We thought we better ask: Is Facebook spying on you?
Digital Influencers Becoming Major Part Of Marketing, AdvertisingBrands and businesses are discovering that one of the best ways to target audience groups, drive awareness, and increase engagement is by creating partnerships with select social media influencers.
Twitter Will Stretch Its 140-Character LimitRumors have persisted for months that Twitter was looking to move beyond its 140-character limit.
DNC Launches Social Media Campaign To Find What Makes Philly UniqueWith less than 100 days until the Democratic National Convention, the host committee has created a social media campaign to energize Philadelphians about the event coming to town.
Fans, Brands And Local Celebs Take To Social Media As Nova Wins National ChampionshipThe conversation around #MarchMadness trended on Twitter for most of the night.
Author Warns Of The Dangers Of Sharing Too Much On Social MediaAuthor Jon Ronson warns against sharing too much private information on social media.
Bernie Sanders' Social Media Followers Are More Engaged, Study FindsDespite having fewer followers across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, a new study suggests Bernie Sanders has a more engaged audience of any presidential candidate.
Pope Francis Gains 100,000 Instagram Followers In First HourPope Francis' new account was christened on Saturday with a photo of him kneeling in prayer. The accompanying message said "pray for me" in 9 languages. It was not a selfie.