If there’s one platform that seems to possess the greatest stress when it comes to dating, it has to be the Internet. You do not know who it is that you will meet and there’s a good chance that you will even fabricate certain parts of your profile in order to come across as more of a catch. Up until recently, the standard dating sites have been utilized for finding potential significant others. Is it possible, though, that Facebook is becoming more of a viable platform?
Will advertising help Instagram or make users – and ultimately profits—flee?
A comprehensive listing of Myspace stats and facts. Of course, you can’t have a MySpace user stats post without mention of what they once were, so I mixed in a few of their impressive stats from back in the day.
You may have missed the announcement, but if you had a MySpace account, the odds are good that your old content has been deleted.
This week, Twitter added a new guide to their growing list of celebrity usage guides. This one is for musicians and artists.
The micro-blogging network clearly would like to fill a bit of the void that was left after the demise of MySpace. They already have a fairly impressive number of big-name musicians that are very active on the platform.
First Lady Michelle Obama revealed Wednesday on the Today Show, that her daughters (ages 9 and 12) are too young for Facebook and that the social networking site was “not something they need.” I never thought much about teens on Facebook, but this story got me wondering; How young is too young for social networking? […]