A former employee has dragged Snapchat to court accusing the messaging app of misleading investors and trading partners to drive up its initial public offering…
If you are one of those people who is absolutely not interested in setting up a Facebook account, even though many of your family and friends have unsuccessfully tried to goad you into doing so, but you would like to be able to chat with people who cannot seem to live without Facebook then you are in luck. Continue Reading →
With the flood of millions of tweets going across the Twittersphere every several seconds, it is very likely you will not see the tweets of every person you follow.
Although not a brand-new tactic to gain more visibility, it is becoming more and more common to see the following automatically-generated direct messages, or variations thereof, in Twitter Inboxes: Continue Reading →
Twitter allows you to have more than one account, but they also make you use a unique email for each of those Twitter accounts.
If you would prefer not to have to remember several different email accounts (and their passwords) for several different Twitter accounts, then all your need is one Gmail account.
There are two techniques you can employ when using the same Gmail account that makes your Gmail email appear unique to Twitter. Continue Reading →
TrueTwit has been around since 2009, and it’s business model is ingenious for getting Twitter users to generate hundreds of thousands of spam messages and to make TrueTwit hundreds of thousands of dollars without giving any referral credit to the tweeters who use it.
Here’s how it really works… Continue Reading →
The two things I’ve always abhorred about Facebook is
- other people can add me to groups without my consent
- I get a plague of page invites from other users
Well, it looks like Facebook has at least remedied one of my pains in the rump.
You now have the ability to block pages just like you can block people. Continue Reading →
We almost expect that accounts that have the Twitter verified seal will have far more followers than they follow, but what about accounts with no Twitter verified seal that seem to have the same “celebrity” or “famous” status as, say, Justin Bieber or Oprah Winfrey or even Ryan Seacrest?
How are they getting all these followers, and can you tell if they’re buying them to make themselves look more popular than they really are? Continue Reading →
Forgive me if this post appears to be a little self-centered, but I thought I’d broach the subject of what I dislike most about other Facebook pages by pointing out what I like most about my own Facebook page.
This way, no specific person (and this post wasn’t written to sub-bash any specific person), who does the opposite of what I do, cannot accuse me of personally attacking him/her, even if s/he feels personally convicted because s/he does the opposite of what I do.
(Reuters) – Facebook Inc is considering incorporating most of its 1 billion-plus members’ profile photos into its growing facial recognition database, expanding the scope of the social network’s controversial technology.
The possible move, which Facebook revealed in an update to its data use policy on Thursday, is intended to improve the performance of its… [read more]
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