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.”
With the recent surge in Ello users, the big question is: Will the anti-Facebook service be able to topple the social networking giant?
A new study found that more than half of consumers using social logins don’t want to waste time registering when they visit a new site.
With more than 300 million monthly active users, the vision for Google+ is to make it a destination for meaningful conversations online.
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.
When you’re trying to find a home for homeless animals, it’s all about reach.
Ello offers a refuge from Facebook’s new policies, and users are responding with interest.