We all know that Arkansas' weather is, well, wishy-washy, to say the least. A perfect way to say on top of our state's weather, is on Twitter.
Well, according to The Guardian, it seems as though teenagers are looking to messenger apps, gravitating away from Facebook.
We've all seen it. Folks Instagram their food all the time, but according to Fast Company writer Neal Ungerleider, marketing professors say it could actually ruin the meal.
If you're an Apple user who has updated your iPhone or iPad to iOS 7, it may feel like you have a whole new device. ...And rightly so, there are a lot of changes.
Instagram, a free mobile app, continues to gain popularity, but there's a change coming that some people may not like.
Hello Facebook hashtags! Now that they've arrived, here are some details that could maybe ease the change and provide some answers to the many questions I've seen posted to the popular network since the announcement.
Facebook is introducing hashtags, the number signs used on Twitter, Instagram and other services to identify topics being discussed and allow users to search for them.
Being a Social Media Coordinator, I read thousands of tweets a day. If I see the word "Vine" in a tweet, you better believe I'm going to click on it. But, what do I look for? What does everyone look for in a Vine video?
Often when I tell someone what I do for a living they respond by saying, "Twitter is weird," or asking, "What's the point?"
17-year-old Jennie Lamere's name has been plastered on blog after blog after winning Best In Show at the TVNext Hack event in Boston for her invention, Twivo.
If fans are offended by the content you're posting on your page, they can flag it and call attention to Facebook.
Certain guidelines we, as Facebook page admins, might overlook can cost us everything we've worked for.
Ignoring Facebook's copyright restrictions could result in the permanent removal of your page.
By the means of Facebook, we have the incomparable ability to reach incredible amounts of people. As it continues to evolve, so do its guidelines and they're important to be aware of to avoid your business' page being shut down.
A new study shows that Facebook may be giving older adults a mental boost.
We've all probably played or heard of "Words With Friends," or "Hanging With Friends," now there's a new Facebook app called, "Bang With Friends." It's not a game like the other apps, and it's even being called the "evilest app ever" by a national college ministry.
"Social media has given pet adoptions, pet returns, learning from each other from shelter to shelter... It's given us all a much greater opportunity to work together and find homes for those animals."
On Friday, Maumelle Animal Clinic hosted a kissing booth in their lobby... But it wasn't your ordinary carnival kissing booth.
Sitting in line for a cup of coffee this morning I received an email that snagged my immediate attention. From: Instagram. Subject: Instagram Update.
Facebook's new search engine is all a-buzz in the social stratosphere as they attempt to take on Google. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced "Graph Search" Tuesday at a press event at its Menlo Park headquarters.
To quote David Bowie, "Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes, turn and face the strain..." Yes, my friends, it looks like just as we were finally getting comfy with Facebook's current timeline, more changes are slated to come.
The man who complained about an airline breaking his guitar back in 2009 via a catchy country song has helped start up a social media venue for griping about customer service. Enter Gripevine.
According to a study by Pew, just 20 percent on average of peoples' Facebook friends are family members. There's so much we'd like to share with our families, but not necessarily with the other 80 percent, so a couple of guys got together and built a social site just for relatives to connect. FamilyLeaf.
It's pretty obvious that social media has changed the way we interact with the world. Do you think Facebook and other platforms have taught us to speak without filter or regard for others' opinions? To say things we normally wouldn't say in person? If so, do you think it's okay?"
On Monday, Instagram, a completely free organization bringing in virtually no money, announced an update to their Terms of Service that would bring in some dollars to itself, as well as Facebook, which purchased the photo sharing app months ago.
Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service that Facebook bought this year, is the target of a storm of outrage on Twitter and other sites after a change in its user agreement hinted that it might use shared photos in ads.
Nowadays, social media helps to bridge that gap between distant relatives. It's like we have real-time glimpses into our Facebook friends' lives... Even those who live hundreds of thousands miles away.
Facebook opened the cyber polls Monday for a user vote that could end user-voting. Facebookers are also voting on the social media site's data usage policies and its statement of rights and responsibilities.
Check-ins via social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, or Foursquare during travel could tip thieves off, so it's important to set your privacy settings accordingly.