A couple dies after falling off a rocky edge in Portugal while taking a selfie. Benchmark returns 5.3 million shares of Twitter stock. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
People always complain when Facebook makes a major change. Will they resist or give in when they discover the new messaging app isn’t so bad?
According to a report from AddThis, long-form content is not well-suited for social media marketing.
Hulu, Universal Pictures and Vegas.com are among the companies using masked social-sharing platforms to target anonymous users.
The imperative to create cool, neat or potentially risky images has led to the death of a Polish couple.
To combat the onslaught of teen sexts, the Ontario Police is hoping to offer a humorous solution.
In a court submitted document, the firms said it was “far from clear” that the Facebook gag order had served a compelling government interest.
Forty-three percent of Americans reported that they never unplug from personal technology.
This week, CFA Institute needs a temporary associate social media editor, while Sports Media Challenge is seeking a social media strategist and account manager. Alice Marshall Public Relations is hiring for multiple positions, and RF|Binder is on the hunt for a digital strategist. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.