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Reddit Launches iPhone App Just For AMAs Reddit Launches iPhone App Just For AMAs

Reddit announced the launch of the reddit AMA (as me anything) app for iOS – an app built specifically for the popular Q&As that frequently take place on the site. AMAs have been around for about eight years, and have …

Netflix Launches New Social Recommendations Netflix Launches New Social Recommendations

Netflix just announced the launch of a new social recommendation feature, which enables users to recommend titles to people privately. When you finish watching something, it will ask you if you know anyone else who’d like the show, and will …

Twitter Analytics Reveal Low Reach, Suspect Engagement Twitter Analytics Reveal Low Reach, Suspect Engagement

“On Twitter, nothing comes between your Tweets and your followers.” That’s what Twitter said in July when it introduced organic tweet analytics. This week, Twitter opened the analytics dashboard to all users after previously only letting advertisers and verified users …

Instagram Down for Some Users on Mobile and Web

Instagram appears to be suffering an outage, as users have taken to Twitter to express their frustration. Many are receiving error messages when trying to load their feeds or access other information. Why is Instagram…..FRICK! pic.twitter.com/EDBPf2aL9S — . (@_yeetespinosa) August …

Facebook ‘Tests’ Post Search Feature It Promised Almost a Year Ago Facebook ‘Tests’ Post Search Feature It Promised Almost a Year Ago

The slowest rollout in the history of social media continues today, as Facebook is reportedly letting some mobile users search for old posts via keyword. According to a statement provided to Bloomberg, Facebook says this is “an improvement to search …

Popular Site Aims To Set ‘Blueprint’ For Fighting Online Misogyny Popular Site Aims To Set ‘Blueprint’ For Fighting Online Misogyny

Last week, Drew Curtis, CEO of the popular news aggregation site Fark, announced that the site is cracking down on misogyny in comment threads. Do you think popular websites do enough to keep misogynistic comments away from users? Share your …

Twitter Opens Analytics To All Users Twitter Opens Analytics To All Users

Twitter announced the expansion of organic tweet analytics, opening its dashboard to all users. Twitter launched the dashboard in July, but it was only available to advertisers and verified users (and you know how hard it can be to become …

Facebook Attempts to Debunk Messenger Myths Facebook Attempts to Debunk Messenger Myths

When it comes to its Messenger app and the continued backlash, Facebook really wants to set the record straight. The Next Web spotted a big, unavoidable alert inside Facebook for iOS which directs users to a page called Messenger: Myths …

Hangouts In Gmail Lets You See Who’s Online More Easily Hangouts In Gmail Lets You See Who’s Online More Easily

Google has added a new tab in Hangouts in Gmail to let you see more easily who’s online. The company announced the feature on its Gmail Google+ page. It says: Starting today it’s easier to see which of your chat …

Instagram Launches Hyperlapse App For Time Lapse Videos Instagram Launches Hyperlapse App For Time Lapse Videos

Instagram just announced the launch of a new app called Hyperlapse, which lets users capture high-quality time lapse videos. This can even be done while the user is in motion. Introducing Hyperlapse from Instagram from Instagram on Vimeo. “Traditionally, time …

Pinterest Makes Analytics Generally Available Pinterest Makes Analytics Generally Available

In early June, Pinterest announced “new and improved” analytics, and now they’ve made the offering generally available. The company describes it as a “new, smarter tool to help businesses worldwide continue to improve how they work, with meaningful insights about …

Should You Be Concerned About Facebook’s New News Feed Changes? Should You Be Concerned About Facebook’s New News Feed Changes?

Facebook announced – wait for it – more changes to the News Feed algorithm and how it will deliver your Page’s posts to its alleged audience. As you’re probably well aware, Facebook has been mixing things up all year, and …

Pinterest Tests Social ‘News’ Section On iOS Pinterest Tests Social ‘News’ Section On iOS

Pinterest is becoming more things to more people. Most recently, in addition to an advertising platform, it’s become more of a search destination as the company has placed a great deal of emphasis on search features. In fact, co-founder Evan …

Twitter Timeline Changes Might Not Be Quite As Bad As You Thought Twitter Timeline Changes Might Not Be Quite As Bad As You Thought

Those changes to the Twitter timeline that everyone has been talking about for the past week or so may not be quite as bad as they sound. You may have heard (or noticed) that Twitter was starting to show favorites …

Is Your Organic Social Reach As Bad As You Think? Is Your Organic Social Reach As Bad As You Think?

Getting organic posts in front of users on social media has become increasingly difficult for brands – particularly on Facebook, which has been quite open about its reduction of organic reach (even if some find its stated reasons a little …

Dating Site Zoosk Is Basically Rolling Out Verified Profiles Dating Site Zoosk Is Basically Rolling Out Verified Profiles

Apart from he was a stalker or I got catfished, the most common complaint from online daters has to be, they didn’t look anything like their picture!. Call it superficial, but people don’t want to be fooled when it comes …

New Vine Feature Presents Marketers With Good Way To Reuse Old Video Content New Vine Feature Presents Marketers With Good Way To Reuse Old Video Content

The latest feature added to Twitter’s Vine service should give marketers a new opportunity to repurpose existing video content in a fresh way. Before, Vine just let you record videos from the app, but now it lets you import videos …

‘Facebook Drug Task Force’ Hoax Shows Desperate Need for More Satire Tags ‘Facebook Drug Task Force’ Hoax Shows Desperate Need for More Satire Tags

Last week, Facebook began reminding idiots that The Onion, as well as articles from other “satirical” sources, were in fact satire. And like a beaming white patronus in the forest of idiocy, thousands of clueless souls stepped up to provide …

Regarding James Foley, Should Twitter Decide What You See? Regarding James Foley, Should Twitter Decide What You See?

Twitter is absolutely, one-hundred percent, within its right to remove whatever content they deem to be in violation of its rules and terms of service. Twitter can do this, and you’re not allowed to cry free speech! Twitter is not …

Vine Adds Feature It Should Have Had From Beginning Vine Adds Feature It Should Have Had From Beginning

Vine just announced the launch of a new feature that the app should have had from the beginning – the ability to use videos you’ve already created in Vines. It’s available for iOS. Vine explains: “In addition to your phone’s …

LinkedIn To Roll Out New SlideShare Features LinkedIn To Roll Out New SlideShare Features

LinkedIn announced that it’s giving all SlideShare users access to features like analytics, profile customization, video uploads, and private uploads. You won’t get all of this at once, however, as they’ll be rolling out one feature per month. First up …