Customer service on social media is a tricky business. In 2014, the food industry ruled Instagram and the insurance industry was popular across platforms.
Slate has a great interactive calendar of everything we flipped out about on the Internet this year. You’re welcome.
Reddit announced its plans for sharing its recent funding round with users: redditnotes, which the company plans to distribute via a lottery.
Either companies are realizing the value of paying for user-generated content, or users are realizing the value of the content they create.
This week in viral videos, a puppy cuddles with a baby. Need we say more?
Flickr halts sale of Creative Commons Wall Art amid complaints. WordPress 4.1 arrives with new theme, distraction-free writing, and more. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
An infographic from AddThis shows how social media grew, shrank and influenced the world this year.
With only one more episode of The Colbert Report left, Google has added a tour of the show’s studios to Google Maps.
Will 2015 be the year that the push notification grows up? We can only hope so.
Tsū is a new social network that focuses on compensating creators and helping charities fundraise, all within its payment platform.