There are social networks targeting people dealing with a whole range of ailments, physical and psychological, and it certainly makes sense to create a forum (separate from Facebook and Twitter) for people to discuss sensitive topics like health problems -- something many would probably prefer to do anonymously, with a sympathetic and supportive audience, and out of the general public eye. This week brings the launch of another -- AnxietySocialNet, for people suffering from anxiety. ...
Answers, a network of Q&A sites, will build out social, personalized and ad services on desktop and mobile, based partly on a minority investment ... Read the whole story
Involving Twitter and Facebook, the site is "a competition to redefine the female athlete," with an end result of three new "faces" for Under ... Read the whole story
Maximizing its social media budget has been as perplexing to Ben & Jerry's as it is to the next advertiser. Jay Curley, integrated marketing ... Read the whole story