Keen to see what marketing trends we can look forward to in 2019? Nothing is set in stone, but here’s one expert with his predictions.
South Africa’s social media data king yesterday released his company’s annual report, detailing some basic facts about various platforms. Instagram, you’re slipping.
Once laughed at as something of a joke, LinkedIn has quietly turned into a social networking platform that is proving very effective. Should Facebook be worried?
Check who’s making an appearance on the telly again? Yep Seth’s at it again, and this time he’s dishing the dirt on a business tool we should all take notice of.
A new dating app called ‘The League’ wants to help you avoid the crazies and match you with the cream of the crop. Say goodbye to easy one-night stands then.
Aa new study by Domo and CEO.com determining Fortune 500 CEO’s presence on social media platforms; LinkeIn, Google+, Twitter and Facebook has released these results.
This infographic has been compiled by Saxum and contains statistics for 10 of the popular social networking sites. This infographic opens your eyes to all the things that happening on social media sites.
The popular professional social media platform, LinkedIn is cracking down on prostitutes using the site to attract business. The company recently released a change in policy, and one change that stood out was that escorts shall not conduct their business on the site.
An American software developer has been fired after his bosses learned that he outsourced all his work to China – something he was being paid a six figure salary for.
2012 has been one crazy year for social media! Facebook went public, Pinterest was named Best New Startup, Facebook bought Instagram, and Psy’s “Gangnam Style” became the most viewed YouTube video in history with more than one billion views so far!
Within the next few days, every single Facebook user will be met with a request for a verified phone number, which will apparently help users “stay in control” of their accounts. This is partially a response to security breaches at LinkedIn, Last.fm and eHarmony, but it’s also because Facebook wants to know more stuff about you.
LinkedIn has confirmed via its blog that more than 6,5 Million user passwords had been “compromised”. That is a nice way of saying a Russian hacker stole, and then downloaded them. If you have an account with LinkedIn, now would be a great time to change your password.
A new once-click payment system focused on social media is currently being tested in Belgium. Paycento enables internet users to pay to read a single article or download a piece of music without having to fill out forms or enter their credit card details on the website. More details inside.