While a handful of states have passed bills forbidding employers to ask employees or prospective employees for social media passwords, so far there hasn't been any federal legislation on the subject. That may change (or not) now that three members of the House of Representatives have reintroduced a law, the Social Networking Online Protection Act, for consideration by their peers. ...
The meet-and greet mixers are scheduled to happen after hours in such key markets as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago, and ... Read the whole story
As far as Twitter advertising goes, Promoted Tweets that appear in response to user search queries are considerably more effective than less targeted Promoted ... Read the whole story
Social media software provider LiveFyre on Wednesday announced closing $15 million in new funding in a third round financing led by U.S. Venture Partners. Read the whole story
A surprising survey reveals that a non-profit tops the list of brands with the most loyal Facebook fans. LoudDoor, a Facebook Insights preferred marketing ... Read the whole story
A new global study from PwC reports that last year, only 12% of consumers bought anything through social media. But the survey did highlight ... Read the whole story
According to a new Ragan/NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions survey, 65% of organizations pile social media on top of other duties, while only 27% employ ... Read the whole story
As brand marketers, there are a (sometimes overwhelming) number of social media platforms we need to be versed, if not fluent, in. You'd better ... Read the whole story