An analysis of company mentions reveals a few surprising figures brands can use to develop and improve their Twitter strategy.
Critiques of scientific work on social media have prompted several high-profile retractions and corrections from scientific journals.
Keeping up with these social media facts and figures is imperative to keep your business strategies fresh and relevant.
Sometimes, regulation is a blunt tool that leads to imperfect results.
You don’t have to use your real identity on Google+ anymore. Former Twitter employee sues the social network over age, disability. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A survey of LinkedIn members revealed that the professional community has more buying power than other social networks.
Bitlinks may be short, but Bitly’s reach extends to nearly every country in the world.
Wikipedia users have created bots to keep a Twitter change log of edits that come from government IP addresses.
Social data can be tracked with channel specific tools.
The US Defense Department has conducted a variety of social experiments similar to Facebook’s mood study.