Last year's controversy is this year's marketing opportunity, as the amount of videos being watched climbs to unprecedented heights.
The company is telling Page owners to expect status updates to reach a smaller percentage of fans.
Say goodbye to spammy stories in your News Feed -- or at least the social network's definition of spammy stories. Marketers may beg to differ.
A recently obtained document purported to come from Facebook indicates that organic distribution across the social network could be hobbled.
With no fanfare and no prior warning, Mrs. -Z releases an iTunes-only album of songs and videos. But you're not supposed to do that, shriek the know-alls.
Brands snap up Viacom's Twitter video-ad slots for the "MTV Video Music Awards," and the media giant starts prepping more for Comedy Central's roast of actor James Franco and more than 30 other programs.
Send Tracker, a new product from LinkedIn, tells salespeople how and when people view their online slides.
A new survey shows that marketers' expectations of social media have come back down to earth.
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Rockefeller introduces a bill designed to halt the practice of charging consumers' credit cards without their explicit consent.
Consumers hold "Web loyalty" companies responsible for mysterious charges on their credit card statements, but prominent e-tailers are still doing business with them.