Facebook has responded to widespread criticism of how its Newsfeed algorithm disseminates and amplifies misinformation in the wake of the Trump victory in the US presidential election yesterday. Multiple commentators were quick to point a finger of blame at Facebook’s role in the election campaign...
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One of the many advantages of email is that you can send a message to anyone, anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection. Of course, instantaneous delivery has consequences — once you send an email, you might not be able to take it back. Perhaps, in the heat of the moment, you send your ...
Now’s the time to see if you’re being underpaid. LinkedIn wants to help its users compare their salaries to their professional peers. On Wednesday, the social network for the professional opened up access to its new salary tool to its users in the U.S., U.K., and Canada. Now, professionals can ...
The two big players in the media streaming market are Netflix and Amazon's Prime Video. If you're struggling to decide which one to choose then our Netflix vs Amazon Prime Video review will help. PRICE WHEN REVIEWED £5.99 NETFLIX VS AMAZON PRIME VIDEO COMPARISON REVIEW Video streaming is now part o...
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While Donald Trump busies himself battling beauty queens on Twitter and occasionally touting his slapdash, unworkable "concepts" on trade, taxes, and immigration, Hillary Clinton is busy being a normal American presidential candidate. For instance, she's releasing reasonably detailed papers on all m...
It has been another action-packed week here at Mashable. We've been covering the newest gadgets coming out of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Pope's last Tweet and the fate of Groupon CEO Andrew Mason. We know you've been busy with your own lives, so we rounded up the most important updates...
THERE’S ONE ADJECTIVE Facebook uses over and over to describe the kind of content it hopes to show you. Whether it’s about the stories that come up in your Newsfeed, or ads, or apps, there it is, front-and-center in a press releaseor nestled in an interview quote or headlined on a blog post. The...
YOU KNOW YOU shouldn’t click on that article. There’s no way the headline is going to live up to the promise. But the draw of finding out what happens next—crossing that curiosity gap—is just too much to resist. So you take the bait. And, sure enough, you’re disappointed. Facebook wants to...
The State of Facebook Advertising Social media has become the pillar of the online experience. With over 1.55 billion monthly active users, hundreds of millions of people are interacting and engaging on Facebook. For Facebook advertisers, this represents a huge pool of potential customers. Read our ...
Earlier this week, Twitter announced a new feature called ‘Stickers’. Essentially, theses are a mash-up of hashtags, emoticons, and Snapchat filters all in one easy-to-use photo features. Like hashtags, stickers are also searchable. After you use one you can then click on the sticker to view a n...
Some facts are inconvenient. Some, though, turn out to be more annoying than getting a pedicure from a large hirsute drunk in a Motorhead t-shirt spouting invective about sci-fi movies.This may be one of those. You know those people at work who constantly network and send mountains of emails? Yes, t...
By the end of 2017, Facebook’s messaging app will look a whole lot different. Apart from a better messaging experience, this may also mean the end of phone numbers as we know it.Facebook messaging products’ vice president David Marcus believes phone numbers will eventually become obsolete as a f...
As marketers, writers and crafters, we spend hours on bringing our content ideas to life and after all that effort, want our content to be seen. Writing powerful social media copy to grab people’s eyes and win their hearts is a challenge, though. And often, when our content isn’t breaking throug...
Social media has overtaken television as young people's main source of news, according to a report.Of the 18-to-24-year-olds surveyed, 28% cited social media as their main news source, compared with 24% for TV. The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism research also suggests 51% of people wi...
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In case you’re feeling out of the loop when it comes to all the fuss surrounding Instant Articles in recent weeks, let’s get you caught up. At its essence, Instant Articles is a distribution platform that allows publishers to distribute their content as native media within Facebook’s mobile ap...
A 2012 data breach that was thought to have exposed 6.5 million encrypted passwords for LinkedIn users instead likely impacted more than 117 million accounts, the company now says. In response, the business networking giant said today that it would once again force a password reset for individual us...
Twitter plans to let people fire off links or pictures without eating into the 140-character limit set for posts at the one-to-many messaging service, Bloomberg has reported. The change could take place by the end of this month, according to a Blomberg report that yesterday cited someone familiar wi...
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