When NBC and Hulu passed on producing a sixth season of Community, Yahoo stepped in. But will the gamble pay off?
The profit for Twitter may not be in ads and sponsored content, but in the wealth of information its user base provides.
“Blogging isn’t a job. It’s a lifestyle.”
Twitter promotes Katie Stanton to vice president of global media. Facebook is testing an “events for you” section. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Check out this handy guide to accessing social media in countries that censor the platforms.
Vine loop counts give marketers a concrete metric for measuring a video’s popularity and encourages viewers to contribute to the spread of great content.
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.