Social Media News Brief
From Google’s new search features, to AOL relaunching their site, Kyle Aevermann from iePlexus takes a look at some of the stories that made headlines this week in the world of social media and on the world wide web. (more…)
This week has been full of news from the social media world. Here’s a look at some of the headlines happening in the social media world. (more…)
From Rupert Murdoch teaming up with Mircosoft, to celeberating TweetsGiving this is what happened this week in the world of social media and on the world wide web. (more…)
From Facebook groups being invaded, to Rupert Mudoch taking his New Corps Sites off Google, this is what happened this week in the World of Social Media & on the World Wide Web. (more…)
Here’s a look at some of what happened this week in the world of social media and elsewhere on the Web.
-It should be no shock that MySpace is losing users, but now the company is in jeopardy of losing nearly $100 million. In 2006, MySpace made a $900 million deal with Google that would allow the search engine to be the exclusive search advertiser on MySpace, which at the time was the most used social networking site. The site is coming dangerously close to maintaining a minimum traffic level, which could break the deal with Google. In the past three months, MySpace’s page views have dropped 22.75 percent. (more…)
This week, several new virus’ have been making their rounds attacking the social networking sites Facebook & Twitter. Facebook has been hit the hardest. The virus known as Bredolab, hit Facebook earlier this week, which sends an e-mail to users, asking them to confirm a password reset and a file is attached which contains a Trojan horse, which could severely destroy a computer. Facebook is also reporting 2 more virus’ which are working their way through e-mails asking you to do some sort of activity to your account. Facebook has told users that Facebook would not send any attachment in an e-mail, and to check out the company’s Security Page for more tips. Twitter’s virus comes through a direct messages containing the phase, “Hi, this you on here?” followed by a link. Twitter warns users not to click links from users you don’t know and if you accidentally do, to change your password immediately. (more…)