Making GIFs to share on social media has never been this easy.
“I wrote the code to launch the window and run an ad in it. I’m sorry. Our intentions were good.”
As social media marketing continues to evolve, brands are looking beyond engagement and want to see tangible business results.
Social networks are in a constant state of evolution — but not every change is good.
Twitter is experimenting with showing favorites in your timelines. Facebook is testing satire tags. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
This week, Cafe Mom is hiring a vice president of audience targeting, while New York Institute of Technology is seeking a social media strategist. Haylie Pomroy Group needs a digital content manager, and Northwestern University is on the hunt for a content strategist for Kellogg School of Management. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
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After building an empire on plagiarized content, BuzzFeed justifies deleting the same content by saying it ‘didn’t meet editorial standards.’
Apps that provide a useful reason for push notifications fare better than apps that send too many.
Is Clickhole satire of clickbait, or satire as clickbait?