Thursday, April 27th, 2017
In late 2015, consumer use of messaging apps overtook social networks as the primary use for the smartphone, already the primary computing device for most Americans.
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Facebook, Google and Snapchat Jockey for US Messaging Dominance
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
Creating a Facebook page is part and parcel of launching a business.
With one, your business establishes a presence on the largest social network in the world. Without one, some might accuse you of not taking your brand’s digital presence seriously.
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How to Revive Your Dwindling Organic Facebook Reach
Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
Amidst all the talk around augmented reality and bots today, Facebook also announced new integrations to its Workplace enterprise collaboration platform, aimed at further bolstering its enterprise credibility.
Facebook made the announcements during its F8 Facebook Developers Conference, taking place today and tomorrow at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center
Facebook Debuts New Workplace Integrations with Salesforce, Microsoft, Box
Friday, April 14th, 2017
Now, analysts at New Yorks University of Rochester are fighting back with an AI of their own.
The team collected about a quarter of a million unique English tweets from between Sept. 23—the first reported incident of hate-code words—and Oct. 18—a week after the second US presidential election debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
There were some interesting observations that we noted.
AI Identifies Coded Hate Speech on Social Media
Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
If millennials are the yardstick by which we measure what drives communication on social media, then it would seem that all eyes should be on social messaging platforms such as WhatsApp this year. This is the view of Dominique Pienaar, CEO of DUO Marketing & Communications, who says these platforms are becoming increasingly popular due largely to the immediacy of contact and response and are certainly preferred platforms among the millennial market when it comes to one on one, broadcast and group communication.
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Can social media be regulated?