Sunday, April 21, 2019

Facebook is finally testing the “I do not like” button

After Facebook put buttons with various emotions and feelings as reactions in the posts - you know, "I love", "I am fun", etc. -, the social network is daring...

Content Marketing Performance Checklist: 1H2015

View the article's original source Author: Heidi Cohen If you’re like me, you probably can’t believe 2015 is half over. Before starting your 2016 content marketing plan process,...

‘Hoaxy’ fact-checks fake news across social media

A new tool called Hoaxy lets you search for terms and articles, and shows you how claims spread on Twitter as well as efforts to fact-check them. “In the past...

How Can We Go Viral in 2017?

A recent video of a Turkish steak maker serenaded the internet a while ago, he was nicknamed Salt bae for his sensual skills he displayed while preparing and salting...

‘Facebookation’ works: Twitter grows as it once did

Twitter has presented its quarter financial results. It closed a plain 2016, when the growth was scarce and poor, compared to the expectations generated by the presidential elections of...

Russian fake ads in Facebook

Facebook sold ads to Russian fake accounts during the US election Russian ties in US elections continue to come to light. Facebook reported this Wednesday, September 6 they discovered more...

Facebook turns your camera into a GIF factory

The social network has added the option of creating GIFs from the application camera, and users will be able to use all available filters and frames. Facebook knows its users...

Why Content Marketing Trumps Advertising

View the article's original source Author: Heidi Cohen Face it – the more advertising people receive, the more they hate it. As a result, to reach today’s...

Essential ingredients for your social media accounts

Once you decide to launch social media accounts, it’s important you take the right steps to make sure they’re successful. This requires you to do your homework and put...

Using lots of social media accounts linked to anxiety

New research links the number of social media platforms a person uses with risk of depression and anxiety. The analysis, published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, shows that...
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What’s going on in the Indian mobile market?

India has become the fastest growing smartphone market in the world, while China, on the other hand, has been stagnating, dragging with it Apple...

Whatsapp wants to prevent you from taking screenshots

Screenshots are one of the most used resources by smartphone users when they want to save any element they see on screen (photos, text,...

Help! My coworker complains all day!

Empathy is the affective participation of a person in the feelings of another person. That is to say, to be able to put yourself...

Check the availability of your username on more than 100 websites and social networks

Whether you're thinking of registering for the first time on social networks, thinking of changing your username, or preparing to launch a project, choosing...

Fortnite allows to caress dogs, dragons and other pets in its new version

The latest version of Fortnite allows you to interact with pets, which include not only dogs, but also dragons or chameleons. Specifically, the Epic Games...

Additional costs (not thought) of the opioid epidemic: $37B in tax revenue

The opioid epidemic may have cost state and federal governments in the United States up to $37.8 billion in lost tax revenue due to...

DNA test: a gynecologist inseminated 49 women without them knowing it

A DNA test has confirmed that Jan Karbaat, a doctor and former director of a sperm bank in the Netherlands who died in 2007,...

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