YouEye research reveals the three biggest mistakes mobile retailers make. Obstructing checkout and invasive pop-ups are just part of the problem.
Brands are becoming more sophisticated about how they engage audiences on Twitter — and it’s paying off.
The average Fortune 100 brand has 320 social media accounts, an increase of 80 percent over the last three years.
According to a Family Online Safety Institute report, most parents believe the benefits of Internet access outweigh the potential dangers.
Facebook is taking even more measures to stop brands from marketing via users’ news feeds without paying for the space.
You can now send money via Snapchat with Snapcash. The GOP stretched election laws with anonymous Twitter accounts before midterm elections. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
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?