Proposed 'Right To Remove' Measure Could Change Social Media PoliciesShould social media platforms be forced to allow users to delete their entire pre- Age 18 posting history?
Do You Need a Social Media Strategist For Your Small Business?A social media strategist can save time for small business owners and make a significant impact on their bottom line.
Fyre Festival Controversy Still Burning-- New Lawsuit Takes On Social Media EndorsementsThe fallout may change the game on those sometimes lucrative social media endorsements.
Mixed Reactions After Dove Unveils Bottles Depicting Different Body ShapesThe bottles are designed to show women come in all shapes and sizes, but they're are getting slammed on social media.
Improve Sales Strategy By Analyzing Company's Strengths & WeaknessesRandstad USA Vice President of Strategic Sales Jill Kirshenbaum explains some ways to help evaluate your business operations.
Company Marketing Plan: Effective Digital Advertising On A BudgetSocial media is essential to digital advertising for small business these days, and can be very effective on a low budget.
How Your Selfie Obsession Can Ruin Your RelationshipConstantly posting selfies on social media can imply you're confident and happy with the way you look, but according to a new study, those selfies can actually be hurting your love life.
Improve Your Company's Marketing By Keeping Up With Facebook's ChangesTo make sure your business is always getting the most effective marketing use of Facebook, keep up with the changes in the algorithm.
Facebook Wants To Make Passwords ObsoleteFacebook says it is working to protect users' sensitive information by making passwords useless.
Pepsi Pulls Kendall Jenner Ad That Sparked Social Media FirestormKendall Jenner's new ad for Pepsi has fallen flat.
How Technology Kicked A Los Angeles Dance Studio Into High GearStudio A Owner Bill Brown shares how technology recently boosted business, which opened on a shoestring budget in the early 1980s.
Explicit Photos Of Female Marines Posted Online, Navy InvestigatingA private Facebook group called "Marines United" contained a link to a Google Drive folder, where the photos were being stored.