Wall Street Journal Advertisers Use Social Media to Promote Brands in Real Time Wall Street Journal Experts from the bank's legal, social-media, marketing, advertising and other departments scanned 60-inch screens at brand agency Digitas Inc.
Facebook launched ten years ago in February 2004. Social media hasn't, doesn't and won't stay still. As Myspace rises, Friendster declines. The pattern's repeated itself a few times already, and even Google hasn't quite cracked the magic social network formula, at least not yet. The crown currently belongs to Facebook, a company that's made some big, big startup purchases on the way, although Twitter continues to pack (arguably) more influence. A whole lot has happened in the last decade, but we've tried to squeeze the more interesting parts into something a little more visual.
IBNLive Nielsen poll: Movie reviews more influential than social media Los Angeles Times In the age of social media, it should come as no surprise that moviegoers are weighing the recommendations of their peers on sites such as Facebook and Twitter...
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