Up to 15% of YouTube's ad inventory being offered on some ad exchanges were hijacked by a company that has sold slots to malware providers in the past, according to Spider.io, a London company that monitors malware on the internet. We last updated you about Sambreel, the incredibly clever hijacker o.... More »
These days, marketers wear many hats: updating a company’s blog and social media feeds, overseeing print ad campaigns, networking at conferences or other industry events, meanwhile handling a host of other duties. This time of year often amps up the frantic pace as colleagues take time off or com.... More »
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week? Facebook Lets You Edit Posts After Sharing on Web and Mobile: You now have the option to edit .... More »
Photo Credit: Javier Arce In a blogging world, it is very rare for bloggers to only use their own images and own thoughts. At one point or another, you will be using images in your blog posts, that you came across elsewhere. You may also be using another blogger’s awesome quotes or data. And if yo.... More »
In daily life it is thought that between 0.5% and 0.7% of the words we use are swearwords, but the proportion on the site is roughly twice this, at 1.15%. According to this study, about one in every 13 tweets contains a swearword of some kind. Intriguingly, swearing also seems to be an early-week th.... More »
Europe is creaking again. European banks are particularly weak. And Italy is leading the way down again. The Milan stock market is down 1.1%. Greece is off 4.7%. Pretty much everyone is still talking about the comments yesterday from Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem about how Cyprus could be a template for bailins when banks fail in the future. Please follow Money Game on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »
Although most markets are fine, Greece is getting massacred today, as the implications of the Cypriot crisis continue to be sorted out. Here’s an intraday of the Athens market, down over 4%. Please follow Money Game on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »
Social Media Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that collects and delivers the top social media news first thing every morning. You can sign up to receive Social Media Insights here or at the bottom of this post. How Has Facebook Changed News Discovery (AllFacebook)When Facebook introduced its redesigned News Feed, it did more than change how people view memes and photos of cats — it altered the way stories are seen. Now everyone can make news, since Facebook’s News Feed is meant to be a personalized newspaper…
Have you decided that it’s time to create a Facebook Page for your business? Wondering exactly how to get your Page started the right way? Facebook continues to change and evolve, making it a moving target for people trying to find the correct steps to set up a Page. But never fear—we have all the [...]
Nearly half of consumers turn to social media for customer service. Companies are struggling mightily to keep pace.
Here’s the latest on how Americans think about social customer care and the huge shift companies must make to meet their expectations (Hint: responding to the 58% of consumer tweets about product issues that currently go unanswered is a start.).
Consumers Expect Fast Response in All Channels
Americans of all ages, incomes, and genders want to access company representatives via social media…