As Facebook just turned 13 — which also happens to be the minimum legal age to be on Facebook — Mark Zuckerberg published a lengthy note yesterday sharing his ambitions for generations to come, the questions we will need to address as a global community, and how Facebook can help in the process: Today we are close to taking our next step.
While Instagram recently crossed the 500-million-user mark, CEO & Co-founder Kevin Systrom wants to maintain the positive, creative mindset of the community by keeping comments safe on the platform:
Yesterday (August, 17 2016) were officially introduced Pinterest promoted videos.
If you spend a significant amount of time online — and, as Social Media Managers, it is safe to assume that you do — you have probably seen at least one of the pictures of Kanye West sleeping on social media. If you have not, here is a crash course on the phenomenon.
He co-founded Blogger. He also co-founded Twitter — of which he became CEO in 2008. Oh, and he created Medium. Yet, chances are you never heard of Ev Williams.
Facebook’s next move is to sell ads outside of Facebook: welcome into the era of offsite advertising.
It’s no secret that TWTR is going through a rough time in Wall Street, Twitter stock price averaging record lows since Q1 2016 results report was issued.
On one hand, we have the most valuable company in the world, whose formal corporate motto is “Don’t be evil.” On the other hand, we have the founder of 4chan, “a site that epitomized the good, the bad and the ugly of humanity on the Internet” as TechCrunch writer Josh Constine puts it. From now on, these two will be working together. Yes, moot —
Mark Zuckerberg, introducing Facebook Reactions — February 24th, 2016: Today is our worldwide launch of Reactions — the new Like button with more ways to express yourself. Not every moment you want to share is happy. Sometimes you want to share something sad or frustrating. Our community has been asking for a dislike button for years, but not because people want