Funny or Die released a NSFW video in which porn stars explain net neutrality. Over the weekend, the video reached 1.5 million views.
Snapchat has partnered with Square Cash to let its users send money through the app.
Facebook recently disabled the fan-gate feature, where brands required consumers to like pages to access to exclusive content. What should marketers do now?
Search and profile viewing are the two most popular activities on Twitter.
More than 60 percent of teens surveyed by image-sharing site We Heart It said they were concerned about online bullying.
Changes to Facebook’s terms of service will go into effect April 2015. It will change how campaigns are able to reach voters through social media.
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According to the Financial Times, Facebook is working on “Facebook at Work” for collaboration in the workplace. Some Tumblr users are not liking new video ads. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Tumblr’s user base may complain about the changes, but if the site is realigning itself into a video provider, their cries may fall on deaf ears.