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Anti-social social media: USOC trying to stop non-sponsors from using Olympic hashtags

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The best and worst thing about Twitter is its free flow of information.  Thanks to social media networks like Twitter, the world is closer together than ever before and the immediacy to which we can follow, converse, and interact with one another is extraordinary. Show More Summary

Twitter Hopes Its Burgeoning Livestreaming Business Will Help It Take Flight Again

In the past few weeks, Twitter has secured deals with several television companies and sports leagues hoping to get in early on the San Francisco-based social network's burgeoning livestreaming business. And while Twitter has struggled...Show More Summary

The Benefits of Marketing Your Business on Instagram (Infographic)

With more than 500 million active monthly users that create over 95 million pieces of content every day, Instagram presents a huge marketing opportunity for businesses. Yet, many businesses aren't active on the social network, taking...Show More Summary

IOC Decision on Russia Sends Social Media Abuzz

Many social network users expressed their joy following the decision of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) not to ban the entire Russian team from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

Social Media Marketing – What to Know About Each Platform

How connected is your business? Which social networking sites do you use? Which should you use? We are here to help you make the right choices for your business by providing you with some basic information on each of the main social media outlets. Show More Summary

(A)social Media: Avoid These 5 Modern Friendship Pitfalls

Drew & Ceara's Hollywood Hills Home (Image credit: Apartment Therapy ) It's never been easier to connect with people than it is right now. Social networks reach across the globe in seconds, and there's a video phone in every person's pocket, as if we're all living in an episode of Star Trek. Show More Summary

Why Publishers Need to Walk Away from Facebook

Publishers need to stop looking at social media as the holy grail for consumer engagement and evolve their strategies now so they’re not dependent on the latest social network algorithm change.

Five ways to improve your organic reach on Facebook

Organic reach on Facebook is abysmal and getting worse, thanks to the latest announcement from the social network that's visited by more than a billion users every day.

This Week In College Sports Biz: ACC Network Announced, Big 12 Expansion Talk Renewed And More

Other things may have happened in college sports this week, but two items dominated the headlines, airwaves and social media conversation: the announcement of a linear network for the ACC and the Big 12 renewing its expansion discussion. Let's start with the ACC's announcement, because as you'll see there's a cause [...]

11 Stars Who Have Snagged Themselves a Billionaire

A million dollars may be cool. But you know what Sean Parker said in The Social Network, right? Do you know what's even cooler? A BILLION dollars. The following famous men and women know what we mean, as each has snagged herself an extremely rich significant other... 1. Show More Summary

VKontakte CEO: Time to Remove Us From ‘Pirate’ Blacklists

After years of legal disputes, leading Russian social networking site vKontakte has struck a deal with Universal Music to license content uploaded to the platform by its users. TorrentFreak caught up with vKontakte CEO Boris Dobrodeyev...Show More Summary

TV News Spins: 'Moderate,' 'Centrist' Tim Kaine vs. 'Staunch Conservative' Mike Pence

Even before Indiana Governor Mike Pence was selected as the GOP vice presidential candidate, all three broadcast networks instructed viewers that he was a "staunch conservative" and "social conservative" who was "popular with the Tea...Show More Summary

Salesforce claims it would have paid even more for LinkedIn than Microsoft

It looks like Salesforce really, really wanted to buy LinkedIn. A new regulatory filing from the business-themed social network stated that its Transactions Committee discussed an email on July 7 from Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff. His email that the company would have paid even more for LinkedIn than the $26.2 billion all-cash offer that was accepted from Microsoft in June. ...

Learn to engage your audience with the Marketing, Advertising & Social Media Hacks Bundle (97% off)

Many people believe that marketing and advertising on social media all but guarantees a direct cause/effect relationship with success. Create product or content, share the content on social networks, profit. Right? Wrong. Even with great source material, most content goes nowhere on the web without a carefully constructed plan. Show More Summary

Salesforce Would Have Bid 'Much Higher' for LinkedIn

Salesforce.com Inc. Chief Executive Marc Benioff, who lost a bidding war for LinkedIn Corp. to Microsoft Corp., told the social networking company that he would have made a stronger bid had it continued talks with him after its call for final offers. The information appeared Friday in a LinkedIn regulatory filing.

Twitter Can Meet Earnings Expectations, But It’s Not A Buy: RBC

Twitter (TWTR) reports earnings on Tuesday, and RBC Capital Markets thinks that Street expectations are quite reasonable, with the social network more likely to beat than miss consensus estimates. Analyst Mark Mahaney reiterated a Sector...Show More Summary

Facebook Tests Snapchat Stories-Like Quick Updates; Won’t Roll It Out

Not every new feature Facebook tests makes it to launch. Take Quick Updates, the social network’s take on Snapchat Stories.

Leslie Jones Talks to Seth Meyers About Her Battle With Twitter Trolls

The "Ghostbusters" star took a brief break from the social network after a deluge of racist tweets.

Facebook Connectivity Lab’s Aquila Aircraft Takes Flight

Nearly one year ago, Facebook announced that its Aquila high-altitude, long-endurance aircraft was ready for flight testing, and the social network took the next step Thursday. Global head of engineering and infrastructure Jay Parikh announced in a Newsroom post that the first full-scale test flight of Aquila was a success. Show More Summary

Facebook experiment suggests it's trying to copy Snapchat again

Facebook appears to be working on yet another Snapchat-like experience.  New screenshots of what look to be one of the social network's many experiments show the company is working on a new feature that allows groups of friends to privately...Show More Summary

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