Internet personalities engage with fans with a level of intimacy many public figures and Hollywood celebrities have often aspired to.
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General Mills, Macy’s and Sallie Mae all learned the hard way how angry consumers on social media can quickly damage a reputation.
While Google continues to make gains in social logins, Facebook refuses to relenquish its top spot and Yahoo just can’t win.
A recent report indicates that bad bot activity is on the rise and nearly half of all originate in the U.S.
The increase in online streaming is taxing the Internet infrastructure. Perhaps it’s time for an upgrade.
Instagram is a great place for brands with highly visual products to connect with consumers.
The hyperlocal anonymous messaging app announced its biggest round of funding since it launched five months ago.
With identity becoming increasingly tied to social profiles, there can be serious consequences for creating fake or parody accounts on social media.
According to data from Shareaholic, Facebook and Pinterest drive the most social media referral traffic.
While the industry is turning to video for better engagement, bot traffic and declining cable viewers result in low returns for video advertising.