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The new app is inspired by the internets role as a 'third place' for strangers without traditional social bonds to meet and exchange ideas.
He conducted a 30-minute Q&A in Beijing Wednesday entirely in Mandarin, taking the time to crack a few jokes.
If someone had a bad experience, chances are they are going to talk about it. Here are five tips to craft a strategy to respond.
While every business can advertise on Facebook, not every business should. Find out what makes Facebook ads a good choice for your company.
Reviving a once-hot app is tricky. Foursquare, the darling of mobile check-ins, is hoping to lure new users in the old-fashioned way: with ads.
Plus take a helpful quiz to determine if your business might benefit from ads on the social network.
For the franchise worldin which one negative comment can affect an entire system of corporate owners and franchiseesmanaging your reputation is especially critical.
The "like" button's creator explains why the tech giant isn't likely to ever have a thumbs down.
British Justice Secretary: 'Internet trolls are cowards who are poisoning our national life.'
A survey of young mothers, who overwhelming control household spending, reveals their online research and trusted recommendations from social-media networks dominate their purchasing decisions.
From A to Z, what you need to know to get build and manage a killer Facebook page.
Next Big Sounds data predicts musics breakout stars.
A Georgia appellate court ruled that the parents of a seventh-grader who created a fake and defamatory Facebook account for a classmate may be liable for emotional damages by a jury.
The photo-sharing and hosting service that couldnt afford a legal trademark battle with Twitter said it was closing down in September. Then, it was back! Update: Just kidding.
Called 'Audio Card,' the new feature lets people listen to a variety of content while browsing their timelines.
You could get passed over on LinkedIn if your headshot stinks. Put your best face forward on the popular professional networking hub by not making these common and comical profile faux pas.
The new tool allows users in disaster zones to check in with friends and family.
'Oops I'm sorry about that,' he said in a video interview hosted on Facebook.
The clever centenarian did what countless whippersnappers under 13 do to get on the popular social network: She lied. But you can't really blame her.
Here are a few guidelines on making the most of the limited customizable options provided by social networking platforms.
Because the 'The Fappening' wasnt horrifying enough, enter 'The Snappening,' reason number 1,729 not to snap selfies in the buff.
Move over, millennials. The active players might surprise you.
Inspiration is wonderful but research is more reliable.
They'll be opt-in and untargeted.
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