Facebook and Twitter have joined likes of the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and others to improve the quality of information on social media. The group hopes to target fake news and misinformation, although it stops short of saying what steps it would take or how it’d react once it’s found. First Draft Coalition, an Alphabet-backed […]
The two firms are partnering in a big way
Twitter is still playing catch-up to Facebook’s video juggernaut, but today it got a bit of a jump on its larger rival.
Twitter gave users the ability to embed Twitter videos to websites without their accompanying tweets. Facebook doesn’t currently support such feature. If you want to embed a Facebook video, you must embed the full Facebook post. READ MORE.
Never mind the big screen on Super Bowl Sunday. What’s going to be on your second screen?
If you’re like most people, it’ll probably be Facebook or Twitter. According to an online survey by Salesforce Marketing Cloud, 66% of respondents said they plan to use Facebook during the game; 56% said they’ll use Twitter. Instagram with 31% and Snapchat with 11% rounded out the social pecking order. Read More.