About 2,000 Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yahoo accounts are compromised. Twitter readies to launch retargeted advertising. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Facebook’s Twitter-esque product updates may not resonate with users.
Ford celebrates 50 years with the #mustanginspires by asking 15 artists on Instagram to share their inspiration leading up to the reveal of the new Mustang.
A Band of Women, a private social network designed only for women, is gearing up to publish a second anthology of women writers and artists.
Spotify unveils website explaining payments to artists. A look at the visual web and holiday shopping. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
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.
Is it really a good idea for parents to helicopter over their kids in a mixed public and private space that is social media?
Google hosts a Hangout-a-thon for #GivingTuesday. A Facebook tweak gives publishers a traffic boost. These stories, and more, in today’s Social Media Newsfeed.
If you over-indulged over Thanksgiving and are still feeling a little bloated, taking selfies is probably the last thing on your mind.
The good news? This Tuesday, the United Nations Foundation is encouraging people to take #Unselfies instead.
Social Media Newsfeed: Black Friday Social Media Disappointing | Walmart Tops Social Media on Black Friday
Social media disappointing in driving Black Friday sales online. Walmart tops “social content amplified by shoppers,” and Amazon comes in second. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.