David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering the digital industry since 2009 and was previously editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes.

Facebook Messenger Now Supports Peer-to-Peer Payments via PayPal

PayPal users can now send money to or request money from their friends directly via Facebook Messenger.

Facebook Is Testing a Pinterest-Like Feature Called Sets

Facebook took a break from imitating Snapchat and LinkedIn to imitate Pinterest.

Twitter Just Released a Schedule for All of Its Promised Safety Updates

Twitter promised a host of safety updates earlier this week, and now there are dates attached to those updates.

The 4A’s Is Celebrating Its 100th Anniversary With Pinterest Boards

Pinterest and the 4A’s are teaming up on a series of boards covering five creative disciplines.

MLB Network Is Pumping Up Its #WeKnowPostseason Social Campaign With Archived Footage

MLB Network said #WeKnowPostseason videos were up to 800,000 views this week.

Facebook and 10 Publishers Are Testing Subscriptions Within Instant Articles

The idea of subscriptions in Facebook’s Instant Articles has been bandied about for quite some time, and an official test is finally underway.

Unmetric: Packers Dominate NFL Likes on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram in Weeks 4-6

The Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs continued to lead growth on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, respectively, in weeks four through six of the NFL season.

Can Fake News Be Stopped in the Next 10 Years?

A survey of more than 1,100 internet and technology experts by Pew Research Center was nearly split right down the middle.

News Stories That Mentioned Trump Tweets Weren’t Good News for Trump

If you read a news story that mentioned a tweet by President Donald Trump during his first 100 days in office, odds are that the story was not favorable to Trump.

Facebook Is Officially Rolling Out Its Explore Alternative News Feed

The Explore alternative News Feed Facebook has been testing since as early as February is officially rolling out.