Admit it, you've thought about dabbling in affiliate marketing. After all, who wouldn't want to make an extra buck by sharing a few products on their blog or Twitter?
Not only did the app's marketing pic showcase Twitter's current brand messaging around watching, getting, and reading, all of which are higher on the priority list than, God forbid, actually tweeting, but the app itself is designed for consumption, not creation.
In perhaps the clearest sign yet that enterprise social media management tool HootSuite has major global ambitions, the company announced this morning that it is adding support for managing China's most popular microblogging platform, Tencent Weibo, and Russia's most popular social media network, VK.com.
In wake of a second breakeven quarter, Zynga's No. 2 describes the social-gaming giant's latest strategy.
Contacts, long a part of LinkedIn's service, epitomizes the age-old business axiom: It's not what you know; it's who you know. The new app shows you who you know -- and how you know them -- as well as who you ought to keep in closer contact with.
Enterprise social networking business Jive Software has launched its spring 2013 update with new features including "rooms" for collaborating on specific projects, and integration with cloud storage service Box.
Just like everything else in the Foursquare universe, Foursquare's online listing pages are getting a redesign.
Enterprise cloud software titan Salesforce has launched a new social ad management app called Social.com that will become the third offering in Salesforce's Marketing Cloud.
It’s easy to become caught up in tweets or Facebook posts alleging a story is true when there is very little to back it up. Recent events like the Boston Marathon bombing and fertilizer plant explosion in Texas incite a …
The deal is for "special access" to advertising slots, as well as research data and new, as-yet-unannounced advertising products, in return for which Starcom has committed to spend $200 million -- or more -- of its clients' money.
A legion of armchair warriors pulled together to provide a detailed account of all the information available on last week's horrific bombings during the Boston Marathon, but not all of that effort turned out to be good.
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), a North African affiliate, opened up to the media earlier this month by holding a question-and-answer session on Twitter.
"We want to price equivalent to a voice call," Shapiro says. "Our competitors offer an inferior product for more money: Blue Jeans 15 time more, and other competitors 300 times more."
Facebook's betting a lot on its Home Android skin -- but it looks like users aren't biting just yet.
The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and Women in Games International (WIGI) have joined forces to create a video game developer badge.
Guest Post This week’s tragic events of the Boston Marathon explosions have given me a lot of think about. While I’m still deeply saddened, I couldn’t help but notice the viral impact of social media during times like these. While it’s awesome we can get news almost instantaneously, there’s also much at stake if we’re not careful with what we say and how we respond during these times or any other time.
Tracks is making yet another big leap, and it could be its most important one yet.
The Internet's not working. Or at least the self-styled "front page of the Internet."
So. Facebook Home doesn't work on your particular Android device. And you've seen that Facebook Home has an abysmal 2.2 average rating -- more than half of Facebook Home users rate it one single solitary lonely star.
What's a social news Android addict to do?