Has Google Just Solved Twitter’s Abuse Problem For Them?

We all know Twitter has an abuse problem. Even Twitter knows it, but so far they haven’t done much to make any kind of meaningful change. The social media company has made plenty of adjustments to their reporting process, privacy features, and overall abuse policies, but many believe it is still not enough. If a …

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How Peach is Tapping into the Power of Dark Social

Over the last few months a new social network called Peach has garnered a lot of attention among smartphone users. The new app combines elements of Facebook, Path, Slack, Snapchat, and Tumblr, turning it into a unique experience with a lot of potential. The key to Peach’s success is in the fact that it incorporates …

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Why Snapchat Will Build Your Future Audiences

After making just $3 million in 2014, Snapchat pulled in a projected $50 million in 2015, making it the fastest growing social media network of the year. The platform’s rise can be attributed to the youth, as 71% of their users are under 25. While Millennials make up a dominant 73% of users, the 32% …

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How Twitter Can Save Itself From Demise

Twitter’s value has been trending down for a few years now as stock plummets, key figures leave, and users flee the platform at an alarming rate. There are many different ideas about how best to fix Twitter, but there are three definitive things the company needs to improve on if they want to stick around. …

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