According to our analysis, the social networking market is highly competitive and is prone to rapid change through the introduction of disruptive technologies. Facebook needs to continuously innovative and adapt to changing user trends to keep the engagement levels stable on the platform. Show More Summary
After she co-founded and led Ning, Gina Bianchini co-founded and continued iterating Mightybell, a new kind of specialized social networking company. Here's why.
Facebook, Inc. is still the largest and most popular social networking service used worldwide but its younger user base is slowly dwindling. According to a new report from GlobalWebIndex, Facebook has 1.35 billion active monthly users, but it’s userbase in … Continue reading ?
If you've never read the terms and conditions for services like Facebook and Twitter, we can hardly blame you. They're often too long and use confusing jargon to describe their practices. The UK's Science and Technology Select Committee wants somethi...
Facts of the Day – In 2006, Mark Zuckerberg turned down a $1 billion deal with Yahoo at the age of 22 saying:”I don’t know what I could do with the money. I’d just start another social networking site. I kind of like the one I already have.” Facts of the Day – that in January 1997, […]
Enjoying the brisk autumn weather, Andrew Garfield went for a stroll with his lovely lady Emma Stone through Manhattan’s West Village earlier this week. The “Social Network” hunk sported his large beard and sunglasses as he held hands...Show More Summary
Plague is a new social networking app with a fun twist that could just work. Plague is all about discovering "viral" content, but the way you discover the next viral video or hilarious photo is what's unique. Instead of seeing posts from people you follow or whatever is trending, a post on Plague is designed to spread much like a virus in real life. Show More Summary
CBS' coverage of Macy's parade last year featured viewers' Instagram photos shown on screen -- this year, it's expanding audience's participation even more. The network will use the same service it used in 2013 called Vidpresso, but instead of showin...
Recently Google+ started to allow Google+ page owners with large following to promote their posts. But the system doesn't work like post promotion on Facebook. Facebook promotes paid posts to users within the social network itself.
If you use social networks to follow other people who share your first name, you’re not alone. The question is why.
Facebook isn’t about to lose its status as the number one social network, but it seems like familiarity has bred a little contempt. 50% of the participants in the new GlobalWebIndex (GWI) Social Summary for Q3 2014 said they were using Facebook less frequently than they did in the past. (Study involved 170,000 internet users […]
LinkedIn shed more light Tuesday on a big-data framework dubbed Gobblin that helps the social network take in tons of data from a variety of sources so that it can be…
Starting today, Twitter users on iOS and Android devices will be alerted to a change in the type of data the social network is collecting on them, and will be offered the option to opt-out by adjusting their settings. The data in question...Show More Summary
Twitter will soon start keeping tabs on the apps you download An app update, slated to roll out to iOS users Wednesday and Android users in the next week, will add a setting that allows the social network to keep track of the apps you...Show More Summary
MediaPost reported this week that LinkedIn is the social network for grown-ups. Based on a survey of advertising executives’ and Association of National Advertiser members’ own social media habits, they self-reported active engagement across platforms. Show More Summary
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This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog. You’re taking the dive into a new social network, or you’re itching to grow your existing profile. You’ve got a social media strategy in place and a plan in mind. You’re raring to go....Show More Summary
Is there room for another social network in your life? Inlope, a Munich, Germany-based startup which was founded last year and has just launched its app reckons so. And it’s not alone — having persuaded Microsoft to cover its costs for a year while it seeks to scale its idea into a living and breathing local social network. Read More