Facebook unveils its Media page, targeted to public figures, organizations and media companies. Brands struggle with measuring return on investment. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
BlackBerry announced that it will partner with Hootsuite to allow brands and marketers to manage BBM Channels through the scheduling platform.
Stress might seem to be part of the American way of life, note the team behind Global Connections, Inc. and Global Discovery Vacations. In 2012, about 20 percent of people surveyed reported extremely high levels of stress, between 8 and 10 on a 10 point scale, according to the American Psychological Association. The majority of people surveyed noted that they were working to reduce their stress levels and less than 40 percent felt that they were succeeding in doing so.
After receiving a record number of comments on any single issue, the FCC now has to figure out what to do with all the data and how to handle the issue of net neutrality.
With the founders cashing out, fans of Minecraft and other Mojang games wonder if the experience they love will be fundamentally altered.
Privacy worries hit closer to home thanks to hyper-local social listening platforms.
A bipartisan social network hopes to help Americans talk it out.
Governments are asking Google for more and more user data. A sidewalk in China has a separate lane for people on their smartphones. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Sophisticated cyber-criminals are using technology to advertise their wares on Instagram.
Researchers prove a link between social support and weight loss, plus a few sites to help you lose too.