Social Media Sunday: Zuckerberg Talks Trending Topics, Messenger Accused of Privacy Violations, and Twitter May Free Up the Character Limit (a bit)

This week in social media, Facebook tried to reassure conservatives, Reddit introduced post embedding, and Twitter may stop counting photos and links against its character limit.

Social Media Sunday: WhatsApp's Recurring Brazil Ban, Facebook's Faceprint Privacy Issue, & Snapchat's Shoppable Ads

This week in social media, a judge in Brazil ordered WhatsApp to be blocked throughout the country (again) and that order was overturned within a day (again).
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You'd Never Guess This Social Media Platform That Most Latino Millennials Get Their News From

Two huge, fascinating trends are converging in the U.S.: the rise of connectivity through social media and mobile technology and the rise of Latino millennials in population and also economic and cultural influence.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook Dominates Wall Street, Twitter Shifting to News & Snapchat Video is Exploding

This week in social media, Facebook released its (amazing) quarterly earnings, Twitter released its (terrible) quarterly earnings. Meanwhile, Snapchat is apparently crushing it in online video.
Slack Technologies

Diversity in Tech: Slack Hires Engineer Who Quit Twitter Citing Lack of Diversity

The software engineer that publicly called out Twitter for its stifling, un-diverse leadership culture while leaving the company last year has a new job at Slack.
21 Day Fix

This Fresh Approach to Dieting Which is Causing Buzz Could Be Here to Stay - Meal Control on a Different Level?

Want to have a beautiful body in 21 days. Well this new 21 Day Fix is a new diet that will help users lose weight.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook Bought a Face Swapping App & Twitter is Bribing Employees Not to Quit

It's time for Social Media Sunday!

Social Media Sunday: Facebook Backed Apple, Apple Joined Twitter, Snapchat Got More Money

This week in social media, Facebook and its subsidiary WhatsApp backed Apple in its encryption fight with the FBI, the same week that a WhatsApp executive was briefly jailed in Brazil in a similar case.

Social Media Sunday: Ads Coming to Your Facebook Messenger Soon, Twitter Smacks Down ISIS

This week in social media, word leaked out that Facebook will start showing ads in Messenger very soon. Meanwhile, Twitter executives bought millions in their company's stock in a move to boost confidence, and Snapchat is rumored to have started delivering detailed ad analytics, possibly resulting in a dip in prices.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook's Wall Brawl, Reactions, Tumblr to Double Down on Mobile

It's time for Social Media Sunday!
Bernie Sanders

Reddit Users Getting News Directly From Site, Discussing Bernie Sanders and Politics

Reddit calls itself "the front page of the Internet" and it may be the first page many people go to when online, but most of its users stay there to read their news too.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook Kicked Out of India, Twitter's Downward Spiral, & Snapchat's New (Old) Partner

This week in social media was altogether pretty terrible for the two most significant networks: Facebook and Twitter. Facebook got kicked out of India and Twitter's growth has flatlined, sparking worries is might actually die. But with a potential big partnership with an influential old media company, Snapchat, meanwhile, is doing fine.
Jack Dorsey

Two Roads Diverge: Should Twitter Change Everything or Return to its Roots?

Twitter reported its quarterly earnings on Wednesday, and yet again, the overall picture it painted was predictably grim.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook Reigns on Mobile, Twitter's Mobile GIFs & New Snapchat Ad Experiments

This week in social media, Facebook adjusted the algorithm for your News Feed another time, while again being declared the number one app on Android and iOS smartphones. Meanwhile, Twitter tested a GIF button for its mobile app, and Snapchat ran its first mobile app-install ad.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook Takes on Periscope, Twitter Has Worst Week Ever

This week in social media, Facebook took on Periscope by opening up live streaming on iPhone to everyone, while Twitter had one of its worst weeks ever. Meanwhile, Snapchat made it easier to add friends in an update to its app.
Jack Dorsey

Twitter Announces Departure of 4 Top Execs, CEO Trying to Revive Company

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced Sunday that four department heads would be leaving their positions. This is the biggest move Dorsey has made since he returned to the company in mid-2015.
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