Despite user excitement and initial success, it turns out that Anonabox was not at all what it claimed to be.
BuzzFeed Distributed, a new social division of the company, has announced several new hires ahead of its official launch.
Despite the abundance of social media marketing advice online, lots of businesses still get it wrong.
Instead of paying for content with money, Sharewall lets users grant publishers access to social data in exchange for targeted content recommendations.
Despite the resistance to the idea of an algorithmic feed, there may be value in presenting content on Twitter in a more useful way.
Facebook is suing Paul Ceglia’s lawyers, alleging they “knew or should have known that the [initial] lawsuit was a fraud.” Spotify unveils family plans. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A new study found that, contrary to previous reports, social media influences users to become more politically moderate.
While the tech firm has adhered to its hands-off approach, it has helped Tumblr develop native advertising products.
So far, engagement is high on mobile messaging apps. If this holds true, Snapchat could become very lucrative.
Kickstarter suspended the campaign after allegations of the hardware’s unoriginality.