Facebook is no stranger to controversy. After a maelstrom of bad press ranging from poor data privacy practices to election tampering, public trust in the social media giant—and, let’s face it, social media at large—has been irrevocably damaged. While some might think this is finally the ...Read moreSocial Media’s Privacy Rebuild: Where Users Are Going Next
Have you ever wondered what will happen to your social media accounts after you die? For the people that have lost loved ones, this has been a delicate and frustrating process to go through. After some years of users complaints, Facebook announced the introduction of a new feature that allows ...Read moreFacebook no longer limited to the living.
A recent post from Nationalreport.net made rounds this week titled, “Facebook To Begin Charging Users $2.99/mo Starting November 1st“. Naturally, the internet exploded. Users from all over expressed their outrage over the social media kingpin capitalizing on their growing 1.3 ...Read moreWould You Pay to Use Facebook?
If information is power, then wouldn't having more information about your friends be powerful enough to bring you closer together? It would appear that the masters at Facebook would agree. How do I know? CEO Mark Zuckerberg just unveiled a new search feature on Facebook. The new service ...Read moreFacebook Unveils Social Search Feature
The face of Facebook is slowly being chipped away. I don’t mean Mark Zuckerberg’s face is deteriorating, nor do I mean that pixels are falling off your screen or that the site will stop growing. In all likelihood, its user interface will continue receiving regularly scheduled ...Read more3 Ways to Thrive During the Defacing of Facebook
In case you hadn’t heard, Facebook is now the most visited website in the United States, according to analysts at Hitwise. In the 2nd weekend of March, Facebook snuck ahead with 7.07% of U.S. web traffic, barely beating Google’s 7.03%. So what does this mean to advertisers? Simply stated, it’s ...Read moreFacebook beats Google