Google+ is becoming the power house of social media with over 540 million users and growing – you can’t ignore it anymore. Right behind Facebook, Google+ has become the hub
As we wrap up 2013, a few last minute updates will start the year off with a bang. Facebook made strides by adding real-time data in Insights and launching video
2014 is going to change the social media landscape, most significantly for the social media marketers. Here are 3 of the top expected trends in 2014. 1. Google+ is going
This week in social media brought many changes to top networks. Twitter now lets users send images through direct messages while unveiling a new app design for easier use. Facebook
Not only did the past week bring floods of photos from Thanksgiving meals but also the rumors of changes to Instagram. Additionally, Facebook has been improving ads, LinkedIn launched Showcase
This week in social media brought a variety of changes. Snapchat introduced stories recently while Twitter becomes more similar to Facebook with expanded content in streams. Google+ continues to make
Happy November! Not only did this week bring Halloween madness blowing up our social networks but a few top sites made some big updates. This week brought related Pins for
This is “straight from the horses mouth” – meaning I’m at Pubcon listening to the updates from Matt Cutts who heads webpsam at Google…. This is where google is going.
This week in social media brought many updates for Twitter including the ability to schedule tweets and new direct message settings. Facebook again altered privacy settings and is allowing reviews
This week in social media brought a long-awaited update for Hootsuite, privacy changes in Facebook, data changes in Google, a NY Comic Con blunder, and a Twitter feature coming soon.