Social logins have become increasingly important as a way for consumers to identify themselves on the Web. And it looks like Yahoo wants a bigger piece of the pie.
As YouTube works to update the UI, the designers need to make sure form follows function or risk getting into a shouting match with the site’s users.
Court orders Google to remove anti-Muslim film. Facebook adds new level to advertising campaigns. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
“If you ignore Google+, Google Search will ignore you.” – Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page
As part of its ongoing effort to verify audiences across all of its services, Google acquired digital fraud detection startup Spider.io.
Social Media Newsfeed: Netflix-Time Warner Talks Stall | Syrian Girl Killed for Opening Facebook Account
Talks between Netflix and Time Warner Cable allegedly stall. A Syrian girl is stoned to death because she opened a Facebook account. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Post on Fridays. Images receive 94 percent more +1′s; animated GIFs receive 39 percent more likes.
Since its launch in 2011, there have been articles every couple months declaring Google+ a ghost town. However, the numbers indicate otherwise. So why does the myth persist?
Susan Wojcicki, who formerly oversaw ads and commerce at Google, is taking the top spot at YouTube.
There are millions of opportunities to monetize every search, view and every click on YouTube. Neither YouTube nor advertisers are willing to waste any of those opportunities on bots or scams.