I’ve recently been personally feeling like Facebook is becoming less and less tolerable given the post-election climate. Not that I enjoyed the screaming back and forth from the 2008 or 2012 elections, but after the 2016 election, things didn’t seem to settle down like they had in the past.
Instagram recently introduced the ability for users to share up to 10 pictures and videos in a single post.
Zeroing in on a few simple best practices can ensure that your next live social media campaign runs according to plan and garners the desired results.
The multiplayer arena game challenges users to eat other players to become bigger, while avoiding being eaten themselves.
It’s one thing to produce a video but quite another to create one that will engage, delight and persuade your audience. Having good ideas is key, but there are four other important factors you should consider if you want to reap the benefits of social video.
Facebook launched its Reactions extension to its like button one year ago today and, aside from 365 days of some users still clamoring for a dislike button (not going to happen), the feature has caught on.
Facebook users have been able to add profile picture frames to express support for sports teams, causes and movements, and they can now showcase pride in their countries, too.
PBS NewsHour and Twitter are teaming up on another livestream for President Donald Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress.
With this update, Gboard now supports 15 additional languages, and it gives users access to Google Doodles, new emoji and voice typing.