Reddit has launched its own community-oriented crowdfunding platform, currently in open beta.
A former Google exec’s new social network for women hopes to keep out the trolls with A.I. and human editors.
Unlimited data is often a selling point for smartphone users, but AT&T has been accused of data throttling when consumers reach a certain threshold.
Social media’s favorite Halloween candy? M&Ms.
After years of being a social network without an official app, Reddit acquired one of the most popular third-party applications — and its developer.
Facebook is still dominating social logins, Yahoo is still declining and Google actually dropped a few points for the first time in over a year.
Happy Halloween Friday! Watch Daniel Radcliffe rap, wedding guests drink Fireball and become your own ghost hunter.
Twitter makes management changes. At least 13 brands have spooky Halloween campaigns. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
The industry leader drives four-times more referral traffic than its closest competitor.
YouNow launched a revenue-sharing partnership program that gives creators the possibility of earning a ‘full salary.’
Instagram is rolling out its first auto-play video ads with Disney, Banana Republic and Lancome.