What’s private, and what is public? That’s the question that will determine whether you agree with Twitter’s decision to suspend Guy Adams’ account.
Twitter reached the 500 million user mark in June, says social marketing firm Semiocast.
Apple reportedly considered making a significant investment in social media giant Twitter more than a year ago, but backed away, probably because it ultimately realized it didn’t need to make such an investment to get its way.
London 2012 starts today, and many of us will be glued to screens both large and small for the next 16 days. But while we’re watching, we’re probably also tweeting: cheering our teams and our stars.
MicroVentures Investment Challenge is a Facebook game pitting notable Internet startups against each other in a fantasy sports-like competition aimed at venture capitalists.
GamesBeat’s Dean Takahashi interviews Tencent’s David Wallerstein about its approach to games in China and its investments in Western game developers.
Everyone knows Pinterest is huge and growing and driving huge amounts of traffic … and all online retailers want a piece of it. Indigo, the largest Canadian online bookseller, was no different.
Sponsored Post CloudFlare is the internet you’ve never heard of. More than just a content delivery network, the service optimizes massive chunks of the web for delivery…
Sharing your likes and dislikes about movies has always been popular online. Now Internet veteran IMDb is making it easier, announcing updated iOS and Android apps that makes sharing your big-screen tastes with Twitter and Facebook. The company also announced that its apps have been downloaded more than 40 million times since 2010.
Guest Post Facebook, Twitter, and other social media heavyweights may be winning the race to most number of users, but sometimes, having “everyone” in one social network can do more harm than good. Newsfeeds and streams are cluttered, shameless self-promotion is rampant, and you can’t seem to escape the mindless babble of spammers and trolls.
Following Google’s lead, Twitter today released its first Transparency Report to shed light on how often it receives takedown and user information requests — and how frequently it has complied.
Editor's Pick Are you an expert Facebook marketer? If so, that could be bad news, because when it comes to Twitter, everything you know is wrong. Well, many things.
Twitter and LinkedIn have had a very public falling out.
InSites Consulting, a market research firm with feet on both sides of the Atlantic, just released its six-country social-in-the-enterprise report. And it includes some surprising results, including a key difference between American and European companies.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency asked this question on Twitter: what technology from science fiction would you most like to see as science fact?
Guest Post Smart marketers are putting a lot of thought into how to get their brands “Liked” on Facebook. But what happens after the Like?
It’s Saturday. Which means you probably have nothing better to do than go to a beauty show in a home in central China. Or join Dionysus at a cafe in Rome. Or, possibly, be on the lookout for small dogs in Alaska.
Guest Post As Gen Y—a generation practically born texting and tweeting—continues to become the dominant customer base, companies will soon interact with customers almost exclusively via social media. And social media shifts the power and influence in the buying process from companies to customers.