A recent Pew report found that readers don’t trust BuzzFeed — but really, the average consumer doesn’t have an opinion either way.
Ebola hysteria is fueling fake news-sharing on social media. Perhaps Facebook’s derided satire tags are necessary after all.
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.
Sharing photos have become an integral part of the vacation experience, but sometimes, too much is too much.
A new report analyzed average share counts per story for the top business publishers to see which ones had the most socially engaged audiences.
A study of 2.6 million social shares on the top 190 publishers on the top five networks reveals which publishers are dominating social media.
Facebook updates Slingshot app with react to reactions feature. Reddit Live is gaining traction. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
The study found that 70 percent of social sharing takes place via texting, phone calls, Facebook or Twitter.
There might not be a lot of every day utility to Homer, but if you’re an app aficionado, it’s the perfect app to share apps.