FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn did an AMA on Friday and the Reddit community let her have it. Her answers were down-voted into the deep, deep negative.
No matter how locked down you think your data is, hackers and data brokers may still have access to your personal details.
SocialX believes users are censoring themselves, so they they developed a way for users to engage in brand conversations without fear of repercussions.
Snapchat debuts new ad format at American Music Awards. “Facebook at Work” to launch in January, according to reports. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
This week, Mouth is hiring a social strategist/manager and a community/content coordinator. Meanwhile, eNotes.com is seeking an online community and marketing associate, and Interactive One is on the hunt for a managing editor for HelloBeautiful. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
Canary is a new app based on work gossip. Users have to have an official company email to join, so you know the insider info is real.
According to a LinkedIn study, people prefer to share their professional successes in real life rather than social media.
While the role of cord cutters has been downplayed, new Nielsen data could change the conversation radically.
The video racked up 12 million views in three days. But the biggest challenge was finding grandmas who hadn’t tried weed before.
While the plan still awaits approval, LinkNYC is hoping to convert telephone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots throughout New York City.