A Kaplan Test Prep study shows that college admissions officers are looking for “dirt” on applicants via social media channels but are hitting road blocks.
According to a LinkedIn study, people prefer to share their professional successes in real life rather than social media.
New research from Pew was released this week. Surveys reveal that social media users are more likely to see political news on Twitter than Facebook.
Pinterest has doubled its male user base in the past year thanks to marketing efforts and international expansion.
The IT staff is perhaps the most omniscient group in any office, and they know what you’re wasting your time on while at work.
Jennifer Lawrence will never get “a Twitter.” She has an official Facebook page, but otherwise says she’ll never be on social media.
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.