With more than 300 million monthly active users, the vision for Google+ is to make it a destination for meaningful conversations online.
With the recent surge in Ello users, the big question is: Will the anti-Facebook service be able to topple the social networking giant?
Skillshare’s latest series of tutorial videos feature some of social media’s best photographers.
A new study found that more than half of consumers using social logins don’t want to waste time registering when they visit a new site.
A new, easy-to-use app from JibJab lets users customize GIFs for sharing.
Facebook’s new ad platform Atlas won’t revolutionize the marketing world. But Google should watch its back.
Reddit scores a $50 million funding round. LinkedIn leaning more heavily on Pulse. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Reddit will give 10 percent of its latest investment round back to the community. The site hopes to do this by creating its own crypto-currency.
‘Pay with RadPad’ lets you put your rent on a credit card.
Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London made a landmark decision to jail a Twitter user for making violent and abusive rape threats against a politician.
As digital natives turn away from traditional media, industry giants are throwing money at YouTube to foster and exploit the talent that grows there.