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Social media works similarly to real life when it comes to bragging. No one really cares or wants to hear about it – at least that’s what most people might think. Psychology Today generally agrees with this thinking, but they …
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UK campaign says legal mandates protecting kids from online negatives are needed
A new campaign by the Daily Telegraph backs legal requirements protecting kids from digital dangers and has launched a campaign on the issue. It centers on “duty of …
Dictionaries reap more fans with new social media voice
Seeking to shed their staid image, some dictionaries are pepping things up on social media, according to the New York Times. Livelier tweets have brought a certain amount of controversy, …
World Cup Marketers Shift to Hispanic Audience
With the U.S. out of Word Cup, marketers may focus more on the nation’s Hispanic demographic during the competition. PR Week addresses this topic among others in a detailed look at how the …
Facebook Pays for News Content
ABC, Anderson Cooper, Shepard Smith, Jorge Ramos and more: News powerhouses are coming aboard Facebook’s Watch, its section of proprietary video content. As TechCrunch points out, what’s especially notable is that the social media giant …
The new “pink collar profession”
The era of jobs by gender is supposed to be over. But social media has become a pink collar profession, according to Wired. It cites a thought-provoking study of job postings for social media …
Teenagers have mixed feelings about social media
Despite the concern about online bullying and other behavior, teenagers opinions about social media are mixed. So says the Pew Research Center, which just released its newest survey about people aged 13-17 …