Fourty-four percent of marketers in the B2B arena have generated leads from LinkedIn, compared to 39 percent via Facebook and 30 percent through Twitter.
Instagram’s tagging feature lets users move around the main site, explore specific products and add their own photos of items from the collection.
Facebook removes photo of child with a bare bottom. YouTube is calling out Internet Service Providers for slow service. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Mobile consumption of sports content has doubled to 42 percent in the past three years.
This week, Weight Watchers is hiring a copywriter/community manager, while Show of Force needs a director of social media. ISACA is seeking a social media strategist, and Flightpath is on the hunt for a senior social media strategist. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
The Trusper app enables users to create and discover useful content, then tracks engagement metrics to surface the best tips.
Businesses are entering a new phase of social customer service where the customer service teams manage the requests and resolve customer issues.
Occasional observation of behavior patterns happens on most social sites, but many believe Facebook has crossed a line in more ways than one.
A new design by nuclear science startups could prevent disasters like the one in Fukushima, Japan.
40 percent of marketers say a lack of in-house expertise is the biggest challenge to mobile marketing success.