Bitstrips has experienced runaway popularity, and with a recent $3 million investment, the future looks bright. However, the brightest stars burn out the fastest.
We’ve all stopped typing during a status update, and thought better of sharing that particular piece of information. But Facebook has been keeping an eye on it.
The problem with tackling death on social media is that the entire infrastructure is set up to be happy and congratulatory.
On Google+, hashtags help surface related content. On Twitter, hashtags enable news to spread fast. On Facebook, hashtags turn your posts into garbage.
Recent algorithmic changes have rendered earned media less effective. The solution, says Facebook, is buy more ads.
Instagram forewent the traditional press release for good old-fashioned public relations—via the postal service.
Facebook’s Twitter-esque product updates may not resonate with users.
An Instagram user with the handle @TipsForJesus has been visiting restaurants around the country and leaving some pretty serious tips behind when they pay.
According to The Daily Dot, since September this anonymous @TipsForJesus person has left over $54,000 in gratuities in an astounding display of Christian generosity, with tips ranging from $500 to $10,000.
Ad revenue is still on the rise for Facebook to the tune of 66 percent year over year. But too many ads could be driving away younger users.
Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat, has rejected Facebook’s generous $3 billion bid for the company. No, we don’t know why, either.