In an effort to balance it’s two-sided business model, Facebook wants advertisers to post content that looks more native to the news feed.
Facebook is taking even more measures to stop brands from marketing via users’ news feeds without paying for the space.
Facebook recently disabled the fan-gate feature, where brands required consumers to like pages to access to exclusive content. What should marketers do now?
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.
TheScore grew their Facebook community exponentially in the past six months. Marketing manager Aubrey Levy says it’s not magic, just best practices.
Reddit CEO steps down, co-founder returns as executive chairman. Facebook announces new Privacy Basics portal, advertising viewing controls. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
New research from Pew was released this week. Surveys reveal that social media users are more likely to see political news on Twitter than Facebook.
Facebook may have difficult heading into the future as the news feed morphs into an ever more fractured experience.
Twitter’s CEO announces coming changes. Taylor Swift is top celebrity on Instagram. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.