If you ask 10 different bloggers which their top three favorite social media platforms are, you’ll probably several different answers.
Social media can provide a great glimpse into users lives to build connections, but posting too much information could put security at risk.
It’s always sad when you learn of a friend’s passing on social media, but thanks to a Facebook death glitch, some reports were a bit premature.
A new study suggests a surprising fact about Facebook users: chances are they’ll be around longer than those who avoid the social net like the plague.
If you’re one of those folks who proudly claims you get your news on Facebook, are you committing ‘intentional ignorance’ as you browse what’s trending?
Facebook reversed a decision this week on its nudity policy with respect to a single photo after the social media giant received complaints of censorship.
Last week, Facebook announced it planned a clickbait crackdown, promising to remove much of it from users’ news feeds
The level of political anger on social media seems to get worse every election year: more intense, more rabid, more hateful.
If you’re on social media, get it through your head: you don’t have freedom of speech when it comes to saying anything you want to say.
I have new respect this week for people who choose to attempt to express important points on Facebook.
If you’re one of those types who likes dropping links without any commentary on people’s Facebook posts, it might help if you read articles before you do so.
There’s no question social media can help a blogger connect with readers and build an audience. But how much is overload?