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Video calls come to Facebook

It was recently announced that Facebook’s Messenger app will now allow users to view the people they are chatting to in (more…)

Which social sites are the best for advertisers?

A recent report has been released by the Financial Times to help internet marketing experts to know which social platforms would be the most suited for their (more…)

Google announces new publishing partnership

In order to allay fears that Google has too much influence over European search results, the company is to start working closely with eight of the continent’s major online news providers.

This followed on from the recent announcement that (more…)

LinkedIn liars could be rumbled by new system

Truth-embellishing LinkedIn users may be outed by a new tool designed to check facts and accuracy.

Users of the networking site who pepper their profile with fabrications should be (more…)

Over half of consumers influenced by Facebook, says report

Research carried out by marketing and tech agency DigitasLBi recently found that Facebook has a significant effect on our shopping decisions.

According to the firm’s report, titled Connected Commerce, the (more…)

BBC exec says brands should add value on social media

According to Rajiv Nathwani, BBC One and Two’s social media manager, companies should try to engage with a younger audience by adding value to (more…)

YouTube to stop working on older devices

Google is going to make a change to YouTube’s API that will see the video-sharing site no longer functioning on around 100 million smartphones and tablets.

Although the search engine firm, which owns (more…)

Facebook algorithm change could affect businesses

A recent alteration to Facebook’s news feed algorithm has been designed to make sure that users see more of their friends’ posts.

However, the same software change (more…)

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