Top 5 worst social media brand blunders of 2015

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Learn from the missteps of these brands as they tried to navigate the choppy water of social media in 2015 As long as brands are on social media, there will be gaffes, goofs, and outright mistakes. This year was no exception. The following five social media blunders are funny, awkward, offense, or ill-conceived. Cringe at will, but take note of what went wrong. Afterall, no one is immune. Even the best-staffed, best-intentioned social media teams can find themselves in the middle of a bad social media flap out of sloppiness, insensitivity, or even lack of research. Check out these mistakes … Read More

Twitter could remove its signature 140-character limit

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The social network is working on a new product that would give users a way to post longer Tweets, according to a report It won’t be long before you can tweet sentences like the one you’re currently reading if Twitter releases a product it’s reportedly building. Too subtle for you? That was 141 characters. Twitter, the microblogging service that’s always capped tweet length at 140 characters, could scrap that signature restriction with a new product it’s building, according to a report from Recode. The product would let users post “long-form content” to the social-media platform, according to the report, which cites … Read More

Instagram now larger than Twitter as user tally climbs to 400 million

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Usage of the photo-sharing service bought by Facebook in 2012 jumped 25 percent in the past year, with most of its users based outside the US Even more people are using Instagram. The photo-sharing service tallied 400 million people who use its app at least once a month, a jump of 25 percent fromDecember, the company said Tuesday. That’s also more than the 316 million people who use Twitter. Instagram said more than half the new users who have joined since last year hail from Europe and Asia. Overall, Instagram said 75 percent of its users live overseas. For Instagram, … Read More