Infographic asking is Facebook addiction affecting our minds?
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Transport for London is talking to communications companies so mobile phone coverage can be extended throughout London Underground.
Pope Francis is the Most Followed World Leader on Twitter. Pontiff is Ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Political study shows how to get the most out of social media – and business people won’t like it. You need to do what Donald Trump does.
Research shows that “trolling” is contagious. You can become an online troll if other people around you are negative and you are in a bad mood.
Social media trends are likely to be even more dynamic and expected to change the way social media is being used by businesses
Don’t choose your own profile picture. Science shows you’ll make the wrong choice.
Part II of BarkBox’s Dog Parent Study reveals how dog-obsessed America behaves online
Research shows that self-centred material on social media turns people off from you. You need to get other people talking about you instead.
Infographic showing 115 facts you never knew about social media
Your credibility on social media could be harmed by how you use the network. Retweets, for instance, are bad…!
People tend to share for three reasons and the most common reason for sharing is one that most businesses do not get involved with. Time for a change?
Unfriending on Facebook is unlikely if the person is popular. Even if they post negative and abusive things, popularity outweighs negativity.
Research shows that there are two steps you need to take to persuade people of your point of view online
Pet owners fueling the rise of pets as pop culture icons
Infographic showing how can you monitor your child’s social media?
Infographic showing how people are really using Snapchat
Sharing items might not be such a good idea after all. It seems we do not understand what we are actually sharing.
Infographic by Digital Guardian
Video produced by school children about the way in which modern technology is affecting teenagers