Ford celebrates 50 years with the #mustanginspires by asking 15 artists on Instagram to share their inspiration leading up to the reveal of the new Mustang.
Selfies were never the mark of the online mastermind, but they’ve gone far beyond the oft-mocked duck face and background poo to a place from which they can likely never return.
No, there isn’t one distasteful selfie variety to point to and support this assertion, unfortunately – there are many. And they will all make you say, “stupid selfies.”
Dstillery — formally known as Media6Degrees, who rebranded in September — is making a name for itself by offering clients a marketing trifecta, helping them find customers and activate new audiences.
What started as a “gift to Reddit” has become a titan with more than one-million images uploaded per day and 100 million unique users per month.
Researchers at Trustwave Spiderlabs uncovered a widespread hack on social media accounts. The evidence points to the use of weak passwords.
With an increasing focus on virality and shareability newer media sources are making big gains over older, traditional media organizations.
About 2,000 Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yahoo accounts are compromised. Twitter readies to launch retargeted advertising. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Facebook’s Twitter-esque product updates may not resonate with its users.
Crowdfunding sites offer a variety of services tailored to a startup’s particular needs and objectives.
What makes a good selfie? Is it the angle, pose, lighting, filter, or how photogenic you are?
The answer is none of the above. As this sea eagle illustrates, it’s all about attitude — and species. Say hello to animal seflies.