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National Geographic and NBA Top Weekly Social Ranking

Which brands generated the most attention on social last week? Shareablee has the latest data. 

Gay Couple Has To Sneak Out To Prom Because Their Parents Don’t Approve of Them

When you and your love have to sneak out to be together in what could be one of the most important events of your young lives all because your parent disapprove of who you’re with, something is very, very wrong with this scenario. A young Maryland highschooler named Myren wanted to attend prom with his […]

YouTube Adds Event Pages to YouTube Gaming

The first event hub will feature coverage of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) this June.

Lyft Begins Testing Scheduled Rides in San Francisco

The feature allows users to schedule rides up to 24 hours in advance.

How to Set Social Media Goals and Define Success

One of the most difficult elements of developing a social media marketing plan is defining success and the metrics which will represent that success. Here's how to start setting your social media KPIs and how we do it at Harvard Medical School.

12 Bloggers Who Make More Than $10k Per Month and How They Do It [Infographic]

If you're looking to make money from blogging, then these successful bloggers can provide some solid lessons in how to do just that. 

70 of the Best Chrome Browser Extensions for Marketing

A good extension can save you a heap of time - and this post outlines seventy of them, all with their own specific use-cases and benefits. 

Social Advocacy and Politics: For Local Governments, Social Media Cuts Both Ways

In a new Social Advocacy and Politics post, Dr. Alan Rosenblatt questions whether in the new, always connected, always watching world, will we reach a point where being under constant surveillance affects how we behave?

Should I Share Video on YouTube or Facebook?

The face of the Internet continues to change and evolve, but we have experienced at least a couple of major constants these last several years. First, Facebook continues to be among the most popular social networks with millions of users all around the world connecting with one another and sharing an increasingly broad range of content. Second, YouTube continues to […]

Twitter is finally starting to relax its 140-character limit

Twitter users will soon be able to squeeze a few extra characters into some of their tweets. The social network is changing up the rules surrounding its 140-character limit so that images, polls and user names won't count against the site's famous (or perhaps infamous) restriction. Show More Summary

‘Don’t Make a Commercial’: The Onion’s CCO Explains Why So Much Content Marketing Sucks

Summary: The realest joke in all of marketing came three years ago in the form of an Onion article. As the entire media industry salivated over sponsored content as the new savior of publishing business models everywhere, The Onion released...Show More Summary

What’s Next for Our Weak But Resilient Password System? (Report)

Leak after leak has demonstrated that passwords are perhaps the weakest part of our digital security infrastructure.

Facebook Announces New Response Graph for Live Content

Facebook has announced a new Live feature that'll enable users to skip to the good bits.

Sources: Snapchat is raising more money at about a $20 billion valuation

Snapchat may have first made its name in the crowded world of mobile apps with an ephemeral messaging service, but the startup and its wildly popular app are not disappearing anywhere soon. TechCrunch has learned from multiple sources that Snapchat is raising yet more financing at around a $20 billion valuation. Show More Summary

Facebook denies bias in Trending Topics, but vows changes anyway

Facebook responded today to official queries regarding its Trending Topics feature, specifically allegations made over the last few weeks that the team responsible for it was deliberately suppressing conservative views and arbitrarily elevating stories with little oversight. It denied the accusations, but nevertheless announced changes it would make to the process. Read More

800M Facebook users see automatic language translations each month

Machine learning is accomplishing Facebook’s mission of connecting the world across language barriers. Facebook is now serving 2 billion text translations per day. Facebook can translate across 40 different languages in 1800 directions like French to English. Show More Summary

Elijah Wood Opens Up About Child Abuse In Hollywood

In an interview with the Sunday Times, actor Elijah Wood opened up about child sex abuse in the entertainment industry. Speaking to the UK-based paper, Wood said “You all grew up with Savile – Jesus, it must have been devastating.” Wood was referring to the now-deceased English entertainer Jimmy Savile, who was found to be one […]

How Financial-Services Brands Can Drive Engagement Around Turnkey Events

By establishing clear social media policies and procedures, financial brands can capitalize on the many benefits of platforms like Twitter while mitigating risk.

Here Are Four Awesome Documentaries On YouTube Right Now

I guess it must just be the nerd in me but I love a good documentary. I’ll watch them about literally anything and YouTube is a haven for great documentaries that you haven’t discovered. If you want a popular or very-well produced piece then you’ll have to head over to Netflix or Hulu, but there […]

Facebook enables Continuous Live Video to power puppycams and more

Live mobile video is evolving beyond selfie-stream rants and citizen journalism. Facebook will now allow non-stop, long-form broadcasting as long as the creators don’t mind that they won’t be able to permanently save and share the video. Show More Summary

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