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Mastodon picks up steam, but Facebook news, like it or not, dominates the day.
|Mastodon Is What Disruption Looks Like Right Before It Happens
Twitter may have a new problem. Just six months old, Mastodon is an open-source version of Twitter that just might upset a few Twitter stakeholders.
|Facebook adds email signup & Page Like call-to-action buttons to Instant Articles
Facebook has also started testing buttons for people to sign up for a publisher’s digital subscription free trial and to…
|Facebook adds new Estimated Daily Results report, upgrades Delivery Insights
New enhancements make it easier to estimate Facebook Ad results and find more data on how you are reaching specific…
|Facebook Live Split-Screen Feature – Inviting Someone to Your Stream
Gone are the days where you only have to be the only one on your stream, because today, you can invite someone right away. And if you think this feature will be beneficial for you or your business, here how you do it.
|Postepic is an app for elegantly sharing book quotes
Postepic wants to liberate all those interesting text snippets you have languishing on your camera roll and turn them into…
|Peter Fenton is leaving Twitter’s board of directors
Benchmark partner Peter Fenton, who had been on Twitter’s board since 2009, will not seek re-election after his term expires…
|Facebook adds new features to Instant Articles to encourage email sign-ups and Page Likes
Facebook today rolled out an improvement to its Instant Articles feature that now lets publishers include call-to-action units in their articles to…