A new study helps explain why your wall is crammed with posts from the same four people
Posted by Stivi 108 days ago (http://www.theguardian.com)
This week, as late spring sun breaks through the clouds, we are in a highly positive mood, exploring beneficial effects of social media on mood and positivity of brand interactions on Twitter.
Posted by tamy 109 days ago (http://www.businessinsider.com)
This idea isn't as ridiculous as everyone thought.
There was a time when teens would spend hours on the phone gabbing with friends. Now, that's the stodgiest behavior imaginable. Even for older people, a ringing phone is an unwanted intrusion.
Posted by Cany 114 days ago (http://www.forbes.com)
The marketing buzzwords of the past few years have been all about social media. If you haven't picked up on the craze by now, you've been living under a rock. A rock with no wi-fi.
Those who were born in the 1980s or later are so exposed to social media that they are 'obsessed with brands and success'.
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