People who work in social media constantly hear the term ‘clickbait.’ Unfortunately, those who make the accusation don’t always know what it really means.
The Facebook concerts quiz generally involves challenging friends to guess which one of 10 listed performers the poster hasn’t seen live.
Much of the world seems to be on an extended ‘Giraffe Watch,’ waiting for a reticulated giraffe named April at a New York state animal park to deliver a calf.
Friday is being called the ‘Day of Unplugging’ in which we’re supposed to disconnect from devices and reconnect with people.
Various restaurant review websites offer customers to vent their frustration or sing praise for the world to see over recently-visited eateries.
Every time I’m asked whether I’d prefer comments or social shares for my blog, I’m tempted to answer one way, but then I answer the opposite.
Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling was quick to fire back at some of her fans who are express their anger over her anti-Trump political views.
If you ask 10 different bloggers which their top three favorite social media platforms are, you’ll probably several different answers.
There I was on Christmas minding my own business when I received a holiday email from a social media network that wasn’t welcome.
Social media can provide a great glimpse into users lives to build connections, but posting too much information could put security at risk.
A polar bear video went viral this week because of an adorable encounter with man’s best friend. But we’ve since learned there’s more to the story.
Social media giant Twitter announced it is ‘making progress’ in the perpetual fight against growing amounts of online abuse from three separate angles.