Facebook’s Analytics for Apps is now being used by more than 1 million applications, websites and chat bots, and those apps, sites and bots have two new features to play with.
eBay partnered with Snupps to allow users of the item organization app to buy and sell items on eBay within the Snupps app.
Staying focused when you work online isn't easy. There are a million-and-one distractions a few clicks away, and if you're not careful, your five-minute "break" turns into a wasted hour or more.
The Snapchat-like Status feature WhatsApp began testing last November started officially rolling out to users of the Facebook-owned messaging application Monday.
When ads are relevant, creative and well-delivered, consumers enthusiastically embrace them. They even share those they relate to on social networks just as they share content, giving quality ads new relevance and a social/viral effect that’s unprecedented in our industry.
Snapchat’s program would let brands run back-to-back video ads with different creative in Discover, the application’s content hub. For instance, a brand might run three 10-second ads instead of one 30-second spot.
Just when you thought the only fighting on Twitter these days had to do with politics, Showtime Sports is bringing a livestreamed boxing card to the social network Saturday night.
Facebook’s Messenger Platform is now open for standard messaging, with business and developers having a 24-hour window to respond to messages initiated by users of the social network’s messaging application.
The bad news is that YouTube users still won’t be able to skip some ads. The good news is that the ads they can't skip will be shorter.
Tumblr will celebrate its 10th birthday Sunday and, while it may pale in comparison to the opus penned by Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in honor of his social network’s 13th birthday, founder and CEO David Karp shared his thoughts.