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Tinder to Roll Out Verification Feature for Love-Hungry Celebrities
Social Media

Tinder to Roll Out Verification Feature for Love-Hungry Celebrities

Following an uptick in celebrity usage, dating app Tinder has announced a verification feature not unlike Twitter's blue checkmarks.
Geoff Weiss
Study: Emotions on Facebook Are Contagious
Emotions

Study: Emotions on Facebook Are Contagious

Watch out: That Facebook post your friend wrote about his miserable day may lead you to write a miserable post of your own.
Laura Entis
'David After Dentist' Dad Now Wants Christianity to Go Viral
Social Media

'David After Dentist' Dad Now Wants Christianity to Go Viral

The father behind one of the most famous viral videos in the world has been tapped to curate religious-oriented content for a brand new Christian social media website.
Geoff Weiss
7 Steps to Launching a Successful Twitter Chat
Solutions Center

7 Steps to Launching a Successful Twitter Chat

Twitter chats are fun, educational and a great way to strengthen your brand. Like many things, your chat may not be an instant success, but eventually you will find a format that works for you.
Wendy Frink
Twitter Data Shows That December Makes Us Sad and Summer Makes Us Late for Work
Twitter

Twitter Data Shows That December Makes Us Sad and Summer Makes Us Late for Work

The social media company tracked tweets from 2013 to find out when we're most likely to tweet about being happy, sad, hungover and late to work.
Laura Entis
Updated Facebook 'Pages' Allow You to Stack Up Your Competitors' Social Metrics
Social Media

Updated Facebook 'Pages' Allow You to Stack Up Your Competitors' Social Metrics

Facebook is rolling out a streamlined version of its Pages feature that will allow administrators to keep an eye on the social performance of competing businesses.
Geoff Weiss
This Wildly Popular Facebook Page Is Becoming a TV Series
Social Media

This Wildly Popular Facebook Page Is Becoming a TV Series

Forget pilot season. The Science Channel is developing a new TV series inspired by the 'I F--ing Love Science' Facebook page.
Geoff Weiss
Facebook to Hold Its First Developer Conference Since 2011
Conferences

Facebook to Hold Its First Developer Conference Since 2011

The conference, to be held in San Francisco on April 30, will focus on the development of mobile apps.
Laura Entis
Millennials Spend 18 Hours a Day Consuming Media -- And It's Mostly Content Created By Peers
Marketing

Millennials Spend 18 Hours a Day Consuming Media -- And It's Mostly Content Created By Peers

A new survey shows adults 18 to 35 are more plugged in than ever. Here's what brands need to know.
Kate Taylor
This Woman's Massive Instagram Following Helped Her Launch a Business
Instagram

This Woman's Massive Instagram Following Helped Her Launch a Business

A New Jersey mom's journey from social media star to entrepreneur.
Caroline Moss
How Brevity Keeps Us Connected
Connected Entrepreneur

How Brevity Keeps Us Connected

The founder of Shorty Awards, an event recognizing great social media, talks about how pithy posts keep us connected and make us better communicators.
Sarah Max
These Are the Types of Posts People Share the Most on Facebook
Facebook Marketing

These Are the Types of Posts People Share the Most on Facebook

If you want your content to be seen on Facebook, these types of updates can get you the most traction.
3 Ways to Overcome the Liability of Youth
Young Entrepreneurs

3 Ways to Overcome the Liability of Youth

Here are some strategies to make sure your age doesn't work against your business.
Jay Azriel
Facebook Now Lets You Block the Annoying Content Your Friends Want You to Read
Facebook

Facebook Now Lets You Block the Annoying Content Your Friends Want You to Read

The new feature allows you to eliminate posts from specific sites without unfollowing friends.
Laura Entis