The Guardian Awkward banks struggle to find friends on social media The Guardian Half the consumers feel that banks use of social media is ineffective, according to a recent survey by the Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group.
Social Media Today: Pinterest Transparency Report & Facebook's WhatApp Buy ... CBS Local The document details the number of information requests Pinterest received in the past six months from both state and federal government agencies.
31% of Christians giving up social media for Lent New York Post As strange as the question may seem, it's perhaps worth asking in light of the sizable number of followers of the faith who are vowing to forego social media as part of their 40-day...
PR Agency Adds LGBT Practice New York Times MWW, a leading independent public relations agency, will announce on Monday that it is acquiring a firm that specializes in reaching consumers who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.
Scranton Times-Tribune Social media might replace résumés Scranton Times-Tribune DALLAS TWP. - Résumés may be obsolete in five to 10 years, and knowing how to use professional online networking sites such as LinkedIn could be the future.
Government pressured to drop social media censorship plans ZDNet The discussion paper stated that the government plans to appoint an independent Children's eSafety Commissioner that will have the power to force large social media sites to "rapidly...
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