About 2,000 Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yahoo accounts are compromised. Twitter readies to launch retargeted advertising. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Social Media Newsfeed: Black Friday Social Media Disappointing | Walmart Tops Social Media on Black Friday
Social media disappointing in driving Black Friday sales online. Walmart tops “social content amplified by shoppers,” and Amazon comes in second. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
If you’ve got concerns about Google’s respect for your privacy, you can now buy anti-Google merchandise to prove it. From Microsoft.
The US government makes lots of FISA requests and Google is fighting to reveal the true extent of the government prying.
Journalists covering the winter Olympics in Russia will be banned from using social media, according to reports. Bing adds songs from YouTube, other sources, to music video search. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Twitter shares begin trading today. Facebook redesigns its share and like buttons. These and stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
In its third-quarter earnings call, Facebook announces revenue of $2.02 billion, up 60 percent in the year-earlier quarter. A pair of investment firms sue Twitter. These stories, and more, in this Morning’s Social Media Newsfeed.
Facebook may account for the majority of social logins worldwide but with the presence of other options, social logins are being more distributed across networks.
How one New York health system uses social media tools to tell inspiring stories, get messages out during crises, and measure return on investment.
[Viral Video] Al Capone Squares Off Against Black Beard The Pirate In An Epic Rap Battle (Of History)
In today’s SocialTimes Viral Video, we find notorious mobster Al Capone in a rap battle against Black Beard The Pirate.