Saturday Night Live mocks Obamacare as deadline looms today. Why Facebook changed its News Feed redesign. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Archives: March 2014
This week, Maxim is hiring a social media manager, and The University of Chicago needs a social media manager. Meanwhile, Poets & Writers is seeking an associate web editor, and Trent & Company is on the hunt for a social media community manager. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
Zynga, which acquired the mobile gaming company NaturalMotion earlier this year, could learn a lot from them.
A new tool gives marketers insight into the effectiveness of their content on LinkedIn.
Will Facebook Places unseat Foursquare as the king of check-ins with its Instagram integration?
There are plenty of sources of free eBooks online, but one of our new favorites is ePubBooks. Created by Michael Cook, the site has developed a wonderful collection of DRM-free literature that will keep most readers busy. Below, we’ve gathered just a few titles that caught our eyes. Be sure to check out ePubBooks for more great classics:
Google’s new transparency request is out, and according to the search company, Government data requests are up 120% over the past four years. The report shows that the US consistently requests more data than any other country, but that number may be reaching a plateau. with 10,574 requests compared to 10,918 from the last reporting period. It may be too soon to be optimistic, since overall, government requests from all countries are actually increasing.
A new study from Crittercism’s Mobile Experience Benchmark Report brings some optimistic data to Android users: their apps are more stable than iOS. In fact, iOS apps are twice as likely to crash. The study also found that Android apps on tablets show less stability than their smartphone equivalent.
According to the company’s most recent report, government requests for user data has increased 120 percent since 2009.
Sixty percent of LinkedIn members are interested in industry insights. Twenty posts per month will reach 60 percent of your audience.