Social media’s favorite Halloween candy? M&Ms.
Twitter revenue doubles, and the social network increases user base by 13 million. How to avoid writing libelous tweets. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A Wired article explores the difficult work of social media content moderators.
For those who’ve been wondering how to monetize their social media following, a new content-creation subscription site might be the answer.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wowed an audience at Tsinghua University in China when he answered questions in Mandarin. A new social network features revenue sharing. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A new study found that, contrary to previous reports, social media influences users to become more politically moderate.
Many have been fired for oversharing on social media. Then why do people still do it?
In a survey, one-third of Americans admitted to doing something for the sole purpose of talking about it on social media.
Poor planning for social customer service results in long response times and an inconsistent customer experience.
According to Eric Yaverbaum, ubiquitous social networks “prevent a thorough debate on more pressing, complex topics.”