• Newstead Tapped As Facebook Council, VP, Communications
    Newstead currently serves as legal adviser to the State Department, where she oversees work on issues affecting U.S. foreign policy.
  • Social Acceleration Contributes To Shorter Attention Spans
    The researchers determined that more content being produced in less time is exhausting the public's collective attention.
  • Facebook Bows To World Pressure, Modifies Its Terms
    Per its new UK agreement, Facebook's terms will clearly explain its business model relies on selling targeted ad services to traders by using the data from the profiles of its users.
  • Apple Promoted Apple TV+ On Twitter, Ignores Facebook
    The hostility between Apple and Facebook is no secret. Also of note, all Apple TV+ ads on Twitter were dark and hidden from public view, shown only to carefully targeted audiences.
  • Users Crave Digital Privacy, But Aren't Willing To Pay For It
    Despite fears, 72% of consumers said they are not willing to pay social networks to ensure their personal information be protected. More believe companies and organizations should provide them with a degree of control over their personal information.
  • Instagram Now Offers Ecommerce
    Launch partners include top brands in the fashion and beauty business, including Burberry, Balmain, MAC Cosmetics, Michael Kors, Dior, H&M, Nike, Adidas, Prada, Uniqlo, Warby Parker, and Zara.
  • Facebook Revamps, Provides 3 New Relevance Metrics
    Now, relevance diagnostics will measure relevance across three dimensions, including quality ranking, engagement rate ranking and conversion rate ranking.
  • Facebook Isn't Fazed By Worldwide Regulation Threats
    Despite regulatory talk in the U.S. and Europe, Facebook seems to be ignoring regulator warnings.
  • Facebook Debuts Showcase, New Video Ad Program
    In-stream reserve ads allow advertisers to choose content packages in specific categories, including sports, fashion and beauty, entertainment, food and news. These are also purchased in advance at a fixed cost.
  • Social Networks Comply With Stronger Worldwide Ad Regulations
    Twitter just announced plans to keep a closer eye on political advertising throughout European Union member states, Australia and India.
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