We cover social networks, big and small. Learn surprising uses for social media, the privacy risks of sharing, and generally stay in the loop of what’s buzzing on the social media world.
Why are people leaving Tinder for Bumble? There are many reasons, and each is a reason why you should be using Bumble to find your next match made in heaven. Here’s why.
If you’re a geek on Twitter, you probably already follow some of the nerdiest celebrities. But there are a lot more geek celebrities on Twitter. These 10 geeks are a lot of fun to follow!
But every four years in the United States, the election comes along to completely and totally transform Facebook into a virtual nightmare. Here’s how to block political posts on Facebook.
If you’re looking to improve your Twitter presence and usage, learn the best ways IFTTT can make you a better and more frequent Twitter user, both for your personal life and business.
Instagram’s Stories are awesome, but they can only be viewed on Instagram’s mobile apps… until now. With Chrome, you can now view them on desktop PCs!
Ever wonder if your photo will be a hit on social media? This app lets the world anonymously review your pics before you post.
Thanks to a new feature called Snapchat Memories, the social media sharing app could be the best kind of private journal. If you’ve never found a reason to use Snapchat, this might be it.
If you have friends or family on social media whose updates spam up your feed, here’s how to mute them without having to break your relationships with them.
It’s really interesting to see how online communication can differ in different parts of the world! Here are eight of the social media platforms that are best at connecting with Russian users.
Pocket is great to use just for yourself, but if you’ve ever wanted to make it into a social experience, here’s how to do that.
There are many brands making the most of Instagram and offering up some great content in the process. We’ve put together a selection of 14 of those brands, listed below in no particular order.
When you hear the term “Instagram Scheduling” it means sending you a reminder to post the image. There are a number of reputable apps that offer this function. The top four are detailed below.
Services such as IFTTT enable you to do many of your social networking or control smart home devices automatically. Unfortunately, when the two are combined, disaster can strike.
People love Couchsurfing. But many people find it difficult to find hosts or people willing to help on their travels. Here’s why.
There are several problems with what online dating looks like right now. These apps offer solutions to each of these problems so you find the one that works right for you.
Social networking is a vital skill for our workplace happiness. But how can you do it without stressing yourself out? These tips can improve your career and your life with your own professional network.
Tired of hopping back and forth between Facebook Messenger, Skype, WhatsApp, Slack, Google Hangouts, etc? Use an all-in-one messenger app to control ALL of them at once.
Instead of sharing URLs on Twitter, this Chrome extension makes it super easy to tweet snippets and excerpts from articles effortlessly.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know if your Facebook or Twitter accounts were ever accessed by somebody without authorization? Here’s how to know just that.
Facebook’s been changing privacy options again. As usual, the default option is for you to be oversharing your details, so here’s what you need to know to set things right.
Social media is much more than sharing the latest updates. You can turn social media into your own worldwide classroom. Find out how you can be part of popular learning communities.
Sharing and discovering new Snapchat users to follow has never been easier. Just use this simple trick and you’re good!
The next time you go on a rant on Twitter or just want to tweet a long post, you should use this app. It’ll make your life much easier.
There are many Twitter users with blue tick marks next to their name. The blue tick denotes a verified account, meaning this is a real person and is whoever their description says it is.