“There’s not a huge difference between a stop-motion Vine and other content, like photos and/or text, when posted to a channel like Twitter.”
Facebook considering acquisition of drone manufacturer. The social network rolls out new ad structure. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
This new social media management platform lets large organizations develop unified brand strategies using a central dashboard.
DDoS attacks are no longer just the domain of trolls and hacktivists. They’re becoming a significant online extortion and blackmail tool.
What can social learn from traditional customer service? Actually, a lot.
Blackphone is a “journey built upon privacy, control and security wrapped in a high-end smartphone built by a team of cryptographers, security and mobile innovators.”
Zynga unveils mobile versions of three games. Daughter’s Facebook post kills father’s $80,000 settlement. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Positioned in unregulated airspace, the satellite drones would further Facebook’s goal of bringing Internet access to developing countries.
The communications agency launched a SXSW guide to help digital marketers make sense of the hundreds of events.
Amtrak is sending a train from L.A. to Austin, Texas, just in time for SXSW, loaded with 30 entrepreneurs and digital thought leaders.