KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on Twitter’s reaction to the #SOTU and a new Facebook feature for businesses.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the most popular tweets during the Grammys, Pinterest’s new interest page, and the latest Twitter update for Android.
A new study suggests that Facebook engagement could replace traditional polls when it comes to predicting the outcome of an election.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on a landmark Twitter case, the Sochi games getting more social, and the re-branding of a popular social TV platform.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on Twitter’s reaction to Beiber’s arrest, Vine’s first birthday, and a GIF from Pinterest.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the latest Facebook tests, Snapchat’s security issues, and where you can find the latest “Hunger Games” movie poster.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the newest billionaire at Facebook, a new feature on Pinterest, and the latest news feed changes.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on a new study on Facebook, a new way to stream music and a new feature for Pinterest users.
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