Social reading app Flipboard to launch video advertising. YouTube updates its TV look. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
In a ranking of well-known digital creators and Hollywood celebs, the YouTube stars took six of the top 10 spots.
There are several ways to zero in on a search query and narrow down your results beyond Google’s own tips.
Differentiating between real and fake stories on social media can be a challenge for the uninitiated, especially when conspiracy theories can spread farther than news from traditional sources.
PotatoStock 2014: A benefit concert driven by the unusually successful Kickstarter campaign for Potato Salad.
For those who complain about Facebook thinking it knows what you want to see, consider the possibility that it does.
Robin Williams’ daughter quits Twitter and Instagram. Facebook unveils new conversion tracking tool for ads. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Facebook has introduced cross-device advertising tracking for product sales.
Reddit now has guidelines for journalists who wants to source, link, quote or use its public forum for news content.
Semantic search might provide personalized results, but on the text-based web, SEO still impacts which sites show up at the top.