Social Media

Teenagers are taking breaks from social media but are you

We’ve been led to believe that teens are always on their phones or glued to some sort of screen. But a study out Thursday shows that teenagers are better at monitoring their online lives than we thought. An Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey looked at how often and why teens step away from social media sites and ... Read More »

Emma Watson says social media is ‘incredibly dangerous’

Emma Watson warns about the dangers of social media Beauty and the Beast star Emma Watson has warned about the dangers of social media, saying that it can be “incredibly dangerous”. The 27-year-old actress, who was 33 million followers on Instagram and 24.5 million on Twitter, said that she is careful about her use of social media and that she is aware of ... Read More »

Social Media Gag

It is a matter of fact that one important thing that keeps a business kicking is consistent positive stream of cash inflows. For cash inflows a business needs sales and in order to keep on selling a business needs a right mix of ingredients in terms of product, price, marketing channel, capital, expertise, physical infrastructure and efficient processes. In addition ... Read More »

How to manage a loved ones social media afterlife

The fate of a Twitter account might seem trivial when a loved one dies. Sure, social media handles probably won’t be worth as much as bank accounts. And they’re unlikely to have the same emotional value as jewelry or record collections. They’re easy to forget … until they remind you they’re still out there on the web. Just days after ... Read More »

The Economics Of Social Media

Every day, billions of people post, share, comment, and chat on online social media platforms. More and more, they are replacing traditional means of not only communication but also socialising with friends and family. Because of social media, it has never been so easy to keep in touch with people who live thousands of miles away. It also moves significant ... Read More »

Facebook Messenger Reaches 1.2 Billion Users Reports Good Adoption of New Initiatives

One of the more interesting elements of the recent rollout of Facebook Stories was the backlash, the pervading sentiment that Stories won’t – and doesn’t – work on Facebook. The basis for that perspective, in general, seems to be ‘none of my friends are using it, so no one is’. So it’s a failure. Put a fork in it, it’s done. ... Read More »

The Free Social Media Tools You Should Already Be Using

TweetDeck app | Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg If you want to learn more about a situation or get to the bottom of something important, you’ve probably been told to “follow the money.” You can apply this advice to business and leadership, too. If you want to keep a pulse on industry trends and stay ahead of the curve, one of the ... Read More »

Facebook creeping is no longer totally anonymous

Facebook’s new “Stories” update is here, and it ruins the best part about the entire social network: Mindlessly plumbing your friends’ lives without fear of getting caught. When you watch a friend’s Story — which exists for 24 hours and is comprised of one or more photos or short videos — that friend will know you’re creeping. This is how ... Read More »

Pinelands member taking social media critics to court

BRIDGETON – A state Pinelands Commission member is taking 14 people into state court over alleged insults on social media, including one unsympathetic lyrical comparison to the devil, because of her support for a natural gas pipeline. Vineland resident Jane Jannarone claims, in a lawsuit filed in Cumberland County Superior Court on March 20, that the postings set out to ... Read More »

Social media firms accused of ‘commercial prostitution’

Google did not take down a video with “malicious and hateful comments about Jewish people” CREDIT: ERIN LUBIN/ BLOOMBERG  Social media companies have been accused of “commercial prostitution” and having “no shame” after being grilled by MPs over their failure to take down abusive content. MPs condemned Google for not taking down a video by a former Ku Klux Klan leader ... Read More »