David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.
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.

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Feb. 13: All-Star Weekend for the NBA

The National Basketball Association’s All-Star Weekend ran a fast-break to the top of the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of Feb. 13.

Will Instagram’s New Head of Communications Schake Things Up?

Instagram is getting a new head of communications, as David Swain announced via an Instagram post that he will leave his post in April, after aiding in the transition of successor Kristina Schake.

1 Million Apps, Websites and Bots Are Using Facebook’s Analytics for Apps

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.

WhatsApp Launches Status, Its Nod to Snapchat

The Snapchat-like Status feature WhatsApp began testing last November started officially rolling out to users of the Facebook-owned messaging application Monday.

Saturday Night Is Alright for Fighting: Twitter Will Livestream Showtime Boxing Card

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.

Fire Up the Chat Bots, as Facebook’s Messenger Platform Is Now Open for Standard Messaging

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.

YouTube Will Phase Out 30-Second Unskippable Ads After This Year

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 Be 10 Sunday, Causing David Karp to Reflect

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.

Twitter Is Dishing Out Emojis for NBA All-Star Weekend, and Rocking the Vote

You get an emoji, you get an emoji, everyone gets an emoji! Twitter Friday unveiled emojis for all 24 National Basketball Association All-Stars, as well as Turner Sports’ on-air personalities.

Mark Zuckerberg Has His Eye on the Global Community as Facebook Enters Its Adulthood

The 13th birthday marks the beginning of adulthood in the Jewish religion, as well as the minimum age to have a profile on Facebook. And for Facebook, which celebrated its 13th birthday Feb. 4, it also marks a passage into the next stage of life.