Millennials Consume News On Mobile Devices, From Social Networks But They …

CHICAGO (AP) — Young adults have a reputation for being connected to one another and disconnected from the news. But a survey has found that mobile devices and social networking are keeping them more engaged with the broader world than previously thought. They want news, they say, though they don’t always aggressively seek it out […]

Should You Invest in Alternative Social Media Networks

When it comes to designing social media marketing campaigns, many brands tend to limit their campaigns to the Big Three; Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. While there are certainly advantages associated with limiting your social media marketing to those sites where you know your audience tends to spend time, you should also consider that you could […]

Veterans, active duty military, tap social media network for support

Yinon Weiss (RallyPoint) Konstantin Guericke (Oscar De La Villa Jr. Productions LLC) RallyPoint.com (RallyPoint) Around last April, LinkedIn co-founder Konstantin Guericke was approached by Yinon Weiss about supporting an interesting twist on the social media networking model that he helped introduce back in 2003. Weiss, who served for 10 years on active duty as a Marine Corps scout […]

New Social Network 8 Promises to Share Revenue With All Users

By Mike Shields Patricia Arquette European Pressphoto Agency When most social networks catch fire, it’s because they have a unique function or differentiator. Instagram made photo editing dead simple. Facebook connects you with family and old friends from high school. Snapchat has disappearing video messages. Twitter lets you follow and tweet at celebrities. The new […]

ISIS-affiliated social media network launched,

As social network sites have begun to crack down on accounts related to the Islamic State groups, Arab media outlets and online sources claimed on Sunday a social media network affiliated with the group had been launched. The site, called 5elafabook.com, is a response to sites that blocked accounts related to Islamic State.   Follow […]

Australia’s social media censorship law – for the children – all-but passes

The Enhancing Online Safety for Children Bill 2014 has passed Australia’s Senate, meaning the nation now has a regime for compelling social networks to remove material deemed to represent bullying of children. The Bill defines bullying material as “… intended to have an effect on a particular Australian child … likely to have the effect […]