Social media has upended a number of industries. Is Wall Street next?
Facebook is getting into the video game live-streaming business.
Steven Avery’s defense attorney is keeping her 163,000 Twitter followers abreast of her ongoing defense work on behalf of the “Making a Murderer” documentary subject, and some lawyers think it’s a bad idea.
Five quick and easy ways to double your social media following.
Fake Internet traffic schemes will become the second-largest market for criminal organizations behind cocaine and opiate trafficking.
Bots and fraudsters are feasting on political ad dollars.
People are spending less time on social media apps these days? With Snapchat on pace to have more than 58 million active users this year, we’re skeptical.
The man who created the Internet wants to create a less centralized web with more privacy and less government and corporate control.
Should Twitter limit the number of tweets users can send each day? Other platforms see the value in limiting posts.
In the UK the number of arrests over offensive social media posts is soaring.
Research shows an alarming number of people in the UK can’t distinguish between marketing and non-commercial content on social media, indicating potential breaches of the CAP Code (the UK’s version of the FTC’s Endorsement Guides). Here’s how social media marketers in the UK can stay on the right side of the law.
Google co-founder Larry Page is secretly building flying cars.
Our attention spans are decreasing. Here’s how that should affect your brand’s website and social media strategy.
In a massive recent theft of Twitter usernames and passwords, “123456” was the most commonly used passcode by far. Sigh.