Millions of people say that they use Facebook, but not the internet, according communications surveys conducted in several nations worldwide. Wuuut?
How many times have you wished you could explain yourself, your product, or service in more than 140 characters on Twitter. Now you can.
Dread reading Facebook messages because your friends or followers will know the instant you open it? A new tool lets you read them secretly.
Instagram is fast becoming a standard marking tool for brands - it's time to catch up.
With the popularity of Twitter's Periscope, it's not surprising that Facebook wants to give them a run for their money with their new app, Riff.
Emojis are all the rage right now thanks in part to Apple's latest diversified addition, but what if you want more? A new app has
While ISIS uses social media to promote genocide, others use social media to raise awareness and promote love by commemorating the fallen through the #OrangeJumpsuit
Google is rumored to be developing a marketing platform very similar to Facebook's Custom Audiences. Why are they doing it and will it work?
As social media platforms continue to butt heads against one other, acquiring startups is becoming a way to boost their reach without spending too much.
Yahoo has been rumored to have their sights set on Foursquare, but do they really and why would they want to acquire the "check-in" app?
LinkedIn seeks to get brands to use their new tool Elevate, which appears to benefit all involved. What do YOU think?
Snapchat is the fastest growing social app on the market, and some marketers have figured out how to take advantage of this fact - have