People always complain when Facebook makes a major change. Will they resist or give in when they discover the new messaging app isn’t so bad?
High school classmates were more commonly unfriended for posting too often about polarizing and unimportant topics.
A study from the University of Michigan confirms what we’ve all suspected – using Facebook actually makes us more depressed and less satisfied with our own lives.
Privacy groups want regulators to investigate Facebook’s practice of tracking users when they are on other websites and apps.
Stock market movements are affected by emotions, not just cold calculations.
While Facebook’s privacy policies and mood experiments have prompted calls to quit the social network, at least one user is getting tired of being told to quit Facebook.
Occasional observation of behavior patterns happens on most social sites, but many believe Facebook has crossed a line in more ways than one.
Facebook updates capture only a small fraction of a person’s life and in no way represent a comprehensive, or truthful, picture.
A giant Facebook experiment found that emotions expressed by others influence our own emotions, resulting in massive-scale contagion via social networks.
There are over 15 million companies and brands on Facebook. What can marketers learn from their posts?