Reddit puts usability and design front and center in their new standalone app for AMA interviews.
The cleverly-acronymed DERP is a new research alliance aiming to bring data from smaller social platforms to academics and the public alike.
Reddit now has guidelines for journalists who wants to source, link, quote or use its public forum for news content.
In response to community demand, Reddit released a new feature that enables users to communicate and manage dynamic content.
An artist can make a muse of things in all sorts and sizes, but few use Facebook profile pictures to cultivate a love for sloths.
Take the Internet’s favorite animal and turn it into the world’s most annoying troll: Introducing, Cat Facts, an old Reddit prank that is now available as an app.
Despite the panic over Facebook’s decline in organic reach, the social network still drives more referral traffic than all other top platforms.
Singapore Airlines says sorry for insensitive social media posts after downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17. Hollister is rockin’ Instagram. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A study of Reddit comments indicate a reduction in=hate speech, likely a result of the community becoming more tolerant.
Brazil’s defeat of Germany in World Cup semi-final match is most tweeted sports game ever. Social media following grows for Maine police department after posting photo of a stuffed duck. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.