Facebook Spending $1 Billion on Content Creators Through 2022

Facebook plans to pay content creators some $1 billion through 2022 in an effort to ward off rivals.

Twitter Kills Fleets, Disappearing Tweets

Twitter has announced it is shutting down Fleets, the company’s disappearing tweets feature.

TikTok Enters Job Market with TikTok Resumes

TikTok is looking to expand beyond just social media, introducing TikTok Resumes as a way to apply for jobs.

How Businesses Are Harnessing Social Media for Hiring Decisions

From dedicated hiring platforms to AI algorithms that will find, scan, and categorize candidates, today’s recruiters have a wide range of tools at their disposal to pinpoint the best possible fit for any position. However, one of the most valuable…

Reddit 1-800 Flowers Ad Goes Viral

Our ads on Reddit have gotten a lot of traction and puts a big smile on people’s faces says 1-800 Flowers CEO Chris McCann. What we’re trying to do is just make sure we’re relevant.

Twitter Buys Breaker, the Social Podcasting App

Twitter has bought Breaker, bringing the social podcasting app in-house at a time when podcasting is more popular than ever.

TikTok Sending Job Applicant Personal Data to China

TikTok has experienced another embarrassing privacy issue, with the revelation it is sending the personal data of job applicants to China.

Twitter Buys Squad, App That Enables Hanging Out Virtually

Twitter has acquired the startup responsible for Squad, the app designed to help people hang out virtually.

Facebook Buying CRM Startup Kustomer

Facebook has reached a deal to acquire Kustomer, the maker of a “customer service CRM platform built for today.”

WSJ: TikTok Sold To Oracle

According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. operations of TikTok have been sold to Oracle pending a security review by the government of the United States. Earlier today Microsoft made a blog post saying their offer for TikTok had been rejected.