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    Microsoft's acquisition of professional social network LinkedIn for $26.2 billion is shaking up the digital media universe, leaving many industry watchers asking who's next.
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    Women formed twice as many direct connections with other ISIS members as did their male counterparts, making them roughly twice as "efficient" in spreading messages.
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    "Delete your account" is a perfect comeback because it pithily combines a brutal takedown with what I can only describe as a sardonic sense of pity.
  • Women Like Brands Online
    According to Influenster, 94% of female social users polled said they interact with brands online, with 31% interacting with brands every day.
  • Social Media App Use Is... Declining?
    According to SimilarWeb, average time spent on social media apps including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram declined globally.
  • Aussie Pols Dump TV For Facebook Debate
    It's a sign of the times: this week politicians in Australia decided to dump broadcast TV in favor of Facebook for their next debate.
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    Social Media Link surveyed 1,189 members of social consumer influencer community Smiley360 to get their take on Father's Day, dads and social media.
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    It seems Facebook is pulling a bait and switch with publishers, judging by a new study which found that media companies have seen their average audiences per story decline by 42%.
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