Recent Poll Shows 81 Percent of Small Business Owners Are Uncertain When It Comes to Their Social Media Marketing Efforts. A recent poll found that most small business owners are unsure on what they need to have a vibrant social media presence
MGH Survey Finds More than Two in Three Facebook Users Trust Facebook Less Than They Did Before Learning of Cambridge Analytica’s Use of Data from 50 Million Profiles
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced today that, following a yearlong exploration, it will devote $10 million over the next two years toward grappling with the growing problem that digital disinformation poses for U.S. democracy.
Less than 1 in 3 Americans Call Facebook a Responsible Company. 60 percent say That Facebook has Damaged American Politics. 2 in 5 Americans Report that Facebook’s Minimum Age Should be Changed to 18+
Whilst on holiday, the biggest frustration comes from a partner’s often constant use of social media
One in three people find it difficult to take a break from technology, even when they know they should
Over half of Brits (54%) claim to have met up with someone they originally met on social media
36 percent of UK adults use Facebook to read up on daily news and current events
Pope Francis is the Most Followed World Leader on Twitter. Pontiff is Ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump.
92% of Top Public, 86% of Top Silicon Valley and 76% of Top Private Company CEOs Have Online Social Presence; CEO Engagement Rates Lower than 40%
Twitter today unveiled Periscope Producer, a new way for brands, media organizations and other live video creators to share high-quality, produced live video on Periscope
Although nearly 60% of social media marketers say their paid social media efforts are most effective for their business, more than half use a mostly organic approach
Video rules among social media marketers and yields better results than pictures, promotions, and articles, according to new survey
Businesses are increasingly using misleading marketing methods on social media, risking significant legal, financial and reputational damage.
Twitter is the ideal tool for regenerating twenty-first century writing, according to a recent study in New Writing.
The popularity of social media channels as a tool to engage with employees is waning, according to a survey of over 500 Internal Communications (IC) professionals
Photos, videos & @names in reply Tweets will no longer count toward 140-character limit
Pet owners fueling the rise of pets as pop culture icons
New Chubb Advisory, “When Catastrophes ‘Go Viral’,” Highlights Value of Robust Online Communications Plan and Insurance Protection
The study shows that the people of Kingston upon Thames are the UK’s biggest tweeters