Let’s start the week with an interesting stat: according to the latest data from the Pew Research Center, 69% of US adults are social media users.
Before we even installed the Cats Chrome Extension, we already loved it, from reading the headling of their description on the Chrome Web Store:
Although Twitter Lists are very valuable, they tend to be underrated by users and not particularly featured by Twitter themselves.
What do social media and education have in common? Quite a lot actually: they are ubiquitous, present a significant potential for disruption and are shaping the world of tomorrow. This week in our Long Reads section, we are focusing on the link between social media and education, and most importantly, how they can benefit each other: On Slate, Chris Berdik
Based on the observation that more than 1,000 YouTubers cross the 1,000 subscriber threshold every single day, on January 11, 2017 YouTube announced YouTube On The Rise: Starting today, we’ll highlight creators and artists who are “On The Rise” in a new section of our Trending Tab in the United States. Each week, four different creators and artists will be
When we run ad campaigns through Facebook, we can either decide to serve these ads on Facebook itself, or expand their distribution to a wider network of mobile apps: the latter option is Facebook Audience Network. On January 12, 2017 Facebook announced an important milestone for Facebook Audience Network: […] we’re excited to share that over one billion people see
It may already be hard to fight procrastination at work when social media is not on your job description, but when you are Social Media Manager, it gets nearly impossible.
Recent events have brought to light how crucial information truth is on social media. In an effort to make sure “that a healthy news ecosystem and journalism can thrive”, Facebook introduced on January 11, 2017 The Facebook Journalism Project.
Of course, we are now all focusing on 2017 in terms of goals, news and trends. But, in order to make the most of the present and prepare the future, it’s sometimes good to take a quick look at the past.