YouTube has added two execs to focus on content acquisition and keeping creators happy.
In an effort to balance it’s two-sided business model, Facebook wants advertisers to post content that looks more native to the news feed.
Data reported by Spot.IM shows that digital publishers are leaving around $30M on the table by not hosting social communities on their sites.
Reddit is hosting a global scavenger hunt all over the U.S. and five other global cities. By noon, around 20 boxes had already been found.
While reports indicated that the FCC would make a decision regarding net neutrality as early as December, the issue seems more cloudy than ever.
Ello has created a Threadless store, which refreshes every two weeks with a design by an Ello user.
Facebook announces Groups app. Target launches new app for Black Friday. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Americans are spending more time on mobile screens than they are TV screens, thanks to the success of independent app developers.
YouEye research reveals the three biggest mistakes mobile retailers make. Obstructing checkout and invasive pop-ups are just part of the problem.
Brands are becoming more sophisticated about how they engage audiences on Twitter — and it’s paying off.