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Snapchat

What McDonald's Australia's New Job 'Snaplications' Can Teach You About Pitching

It's exactly what it sounds like: job applications through Snapchat.
Facebook

Facebook Wants to Help You Spot Bogus News Stories

Over the next few days, you'll see a banner at the top of your News Feed offering 'tips for spotting false news;' just click 'Learn More' to educate yourself.
Social Media

3 Social Media Trends That Need to Be on Your Radar for the Rest of This Year

If you're a betting man (or woman), put your money on live video, virtual reality and platform crossover.
Take It From The Pros

Why Personal Branding Is the Recruiting Secret You're Missing

Don't let competitors scoop up the best talent. Instead, build and market a strong personal brand, broadcast it consistently on social media and back it up with business decisions.
Conferences

18 Must-Attend Social Media Conferences in 2017

Here's a list of the top social media marketing conferences for this year.
Instagram

How to Get Better at Instagram

Most people only look at six to nine pictures before deciding whether or not to follow someone.
Facebook

Facebook Now Allows You to Create Fundraisers

Facebook's strategy seems to become a societal platform with less emphasis on simply keeping up with friends and family.
Fake news

Facebook Joins $14 Million Initiative to Fight Fake News

The News Integrity Initiative is aimed at 'helping people make informed judgments about the news they read and share online.'
TV shows

3 Social Media Tips You Can Learn From 'The Price Is Right'

What the long-running game show can teach us about asking good questions and standing out.
worth-knowing

10 Secrets to Instagram Millions, According to Abigail Ratchford

How passion and drive helped this social media star build a global brand.
Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs, Beware This Terrible Way of Networking on Social Media

Approaching someone you don't know to ask them a favor doesn't work online any better than in real life.
Twitter

Twitter Makes More Character Limit Changes

Now, when you reply to someone's tweet, their username (such as @realDonaldTrump) won't count against your 140-character limit.