Sat.Apr 13, 2019

Facebook to Host Digital Literacy Education Sessions for Journalists Ahead of European Elections

Social Media Today

Facebook has announced a set of education sessions for journalists to help stamp out misinformation during the upcoming European election campaign

5 Digital Marketing & eCommerce Success Stories To Draw Inspiration From

Forbes Social Media

In today's highly competitive eCommerce and digital marketing world it is not easy for a company to stand out. Many startups facing great odds of even making it and end up falling or being absorbed by bigger companies along the way. However, some incredible success stories have also arisen

Facebook's Looking to Bring Messaging Back into the Main App

Social Media Today

As part of its wider shift towards messaging, and to integrate its various messaging tools, Facebook may be looking to bring messaging back into its main app

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Is A Fragmented Internet Inevitable?

Forbes Social Media

As the world’s cultures collide in the digital sphere and our nation-based societies show little signs of converging on a universal global set of internet rules, is a fragmented future for our once unified internet inevitable


Social Media Automation 101

A beginner's guide to social media automation tools and getting automation right.

LinkedIn's Rolling Out Photo-Tagging, New Photo Stickers

Social Media Today

LinkedIn has been gradually rolling out some new image features which you may not be aware of

Facebook Was A Democracy 2009-2012 But We Didn't Vote So It Turned Into A Dictatorship

Forbes Social Media

It can be hard to imagine that just under a decade ago Facebook was actually a rudimentary democratic state in which its users had a binding vote on the company's policies. Yet, our collective apathetic failure to vote transitioned the site to the digital dictatorship we know today

Twitter Versus Facebook: Why Selling Access Is Better Than Selling Data

Forbes Social Media

Facebook sells access to its user data through advertising, while Twitter sells its packaged user data directly, letting others build high-margin analytics services around it. Their different approaches remind us that from a financial standpoint, selling access is better than selling data