Impulsiveness and risk-taking behavior can be reliably measured with mobile games.
This week, the California Academy of Sciences is looking for a social media specialist, as well as a mobile application developer. Hanley Wood is hiring an SEO strategist, and the American Bar Association is on the hunt for a digital marketing specialist. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
In a survey, men’s social profiles were 78 percent more likely to be clicked on when their photos depicted a selfie with a dog, rather than a cat.
A Q2 report on social logins indicates that Facebook is regaining its lead — and taking market share from other networks, too.
Handling the huge data load is expensive but Pinterest puts the data to work, so it essentially pays for itself.
Despite the panic over Facebook’s decline in organic reach, the social network still drives more referral traffic than all other top platforms.
Here’s what online marketers can learn from these five social media campaigns that went viral.
Page edits from congressional computers have been banned for at least ten days.
When you turn those wireless signals into a color app, you have an instant art display, capable of being the object of colorful time-lapse photography.
Ad leaked inside Instagram for new “one tap photo messaging app” called Bolt. Pandora advertising revenue up, but shares fall. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.