#Ferguson news has dominated social media feeds for two weeks and has sparked debates about police brutality and racial tension in the US.
After nearly six years at LinkedIn, Deep Nishar is leaving the company.
Businesses created Facebook Pages to engage and interact with their fans, but this tactic is proving ineffective.
More consumers are looking to free themselves of real identity requirements and anonymous services like Truth are serving the demand.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, you won’t want a thousand hashtags obscuring your pretty pixels.
Line is a messenger app from Japan that rakes in about $10 million a month in sticker sales.
You can now import videos in your Vine app. SlideShare, owned by LinkedIn, is now completely free. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Services like ChangeTip, Subbable and Patreon demonstrate that consumers are willing to pay digital creators for their craft.
Snapchat is planning to launch a service that would provide news content and paid advertising this fall.
For businesses and large organizations, a data security breach can result in major costs both for the organization and its customers.