Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of May 15: Billboard Music Awards Blast Competition

The Billboard Music Awards on ABC were heard loud and clear on Facebook and Twitter, spurring 5.346 million interactions across the two social networks, according to the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of May 15.

Is Instagram the New LinkedIn for Young Workers?

According to the latest job seeker survey from Jobvite, the American workplace is evolving, and American workers have a diverse and nuanced view of how things are changing.

The Product Director Behind Spotify’s Discover Weekly Is Heading to Instagram

Spotify product director Matthew Ogle, best known for his work on the music streaming service’s Discover Weekly feature, is on his way to Instagram.

You May Not See Original Facebook-Exclusive Video Content From Publishers Until August

Facebook’s initiative under which publishers are creating exclusive original video content for the social network continues to move forward, but on a revised timetable, according to reports.

Here’s How to Share an Instagram Post in a Direct Message

Did you know Instagram Direct lets you share posts directly through the app?

These Facebook Documents Show Why Content Moderation Is So Challenging

Have you ever wondered what guidelines Facebook uses to decide how to moderate content? Wonder no more: The Guardian obtained “more than 100 internal training manuals, spreadsheets and flowcharts” and shared its findings.

Personalized Video Lessons From and for Facebook

Opinion: If you’re on Facebook as often as I am (read: constantly), you probably see at least one Facebook personalized video in your News Feed every day celebrating a friend’s anniversary with one of their friends. As someone working at a company specializing in personalized video engagement, I’m torn in my opinion of these videos.

How This Drink App Is Using Data to Engage Customers in Real-Time

Cocktail app Hooch is using data in unique ways.

You May Soon Be Able to ‘Order Food’ Directly via Facebook

Facebook announced last October that users could order food directly from the pages of restaurants that use Delivery.com or Slice. This week, some users began seeing an Order Food feature, on both desktop and mobile, enabling orders directly via Facebook.

Facebook Is Guiding Publishers Through the Rough Waters of Recent News Feed Changes

In the wake of a flood of recent changes to Facebook’s News Feed algorithm aimed at drowning out fake news and clickbait, the social network threw a lifeline to potentially overwhelmed publishers.