“Shockvertising” allows companies to stand out, while social media users gather the pitchforks, the torches — and sometimes, the money.
YouTube is a breeding ground for talent, with movie companies like Lionsgate taking a chance rising stars.
Happy Friday! In case you missed them, we’ve compiled the best videos of the week to give you a laugh, including a “bad” Mario brother.
A new app translates your posts into emoji with a sharable database of meanings.
If Google+ is the right platform for you brand, check out these tips on how to get started.
YouTube to pay for “new content from some of our top creators.” Twitpic is purchased. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Like any medium social media marketing has it’s strengths and weaknesses — the key is incorporating social into the larger marketing strategy.
A new bill would update laws to protect the right to post negative reviews online.
Microsoft is conducting a second round of layoffs today, after announced a plan to reduce its workforce by 18,000.
Two guys, a tweeting cop and the whole Internet help identify Philadelphia gay bashing suspects.