Facebook Messenger Users Can Now Search Brand Bots via Discover Tab

Bots from brands are now accessible to Facebook Messenger users via its Discover tab, which was introduced at F8 in April and is now available to all U.S. users.

Is Your Influencer Marketing Platform an Asset or a Liability?

Opinion: As you search for the right technology, keep these four must-have capabilities in mind when evaluating partner offerings.

Candi Castleberry Singleton Will Lead Twitter’s Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

Twitter filled the seat left vacant when vice president of diversity and inclusion Jeffrey Siminoff left the company in February, naming Candi Castleberry Singleton to the same position.

The UEFA Champions League Is Coming to Facebook Live via Fox Sports

Soccer’s UEFA Champions League is coming to Facebook Live in the U.S. for its 2017-18 season.

Twitter and the Canadian Football League Are Huddling Up to Livestream #CFLTHISWEEK

Twitter is ready for some football, north of the border and of the 110-yard variety.

Here’s a Status Update: Facebook Now Has More Than 2 Billion Monthly Users

CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted the news on his social network.

Pinterest Is Jumping Aboard the Two-Factor Authentication Train

Pinterest announced Tuesday that it will begin rolling out two-factor authentication to all of its users “over the next few weeks.”

Instagram: Here’s How to Stop Users From Replying to Your Stories

Did you know that when you share content to your Instagram Stories, other users can send you message replies to each post?

Facebook Deletes About 66,000 Hate Speech Posts Every Week

The second installment in Facebook’s Hard Questions series of explanatory posts focuses on how the social network handles hate speech.

Facebook Added Three More Suggestions From M to Messenger and Launched the Feature in Spain

“M” stands for “more,” as Facebook Messenger’s artificial intelligence-powered personal assistant is now capable of more tasks.