Consumers are using new digital tools for social shopping, and marketers are missing out on the opportunity.
A third-party application for saving disappearing snaps claimed responsibility for the recent leak, saying its servers were compromised.
Paypal has been processing digital payments for years. But now, Facebook and Apple could give the company a run for its money.
A new survey from Scanlife details how often consumers interact with online coupons, deals and how mobile is impacting shopping.
‘Pay with RadPad’ lets you put your rent on a credit card.
Early user downloads don’t prove Messenger is successful any more than losing at a rigged game proves you had a poor strategy.
Netflix announces its first original feature film and Hong Kong protestors turn to new tools amidst record social media censorship in China. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A new, easy polling app lets users write a question, attach pictures and get opinions.
A new app translates your posts into emoji with a sharable database of meanings.
Our social media ‘snacking’ and overall app engagement is on the rise.