Earlier this month, word came out that links and photos would no longer count towards Twitter’s 140-character limit. While this was exciting to some and rejected by some who don’t like change, it had yet to be confirmed by Twitter directly. That all changed Tuesday morning...

It’s no secret that social media is moving away from highly produced content, particularly video. These days, people want raw and real – an unfiltered window into the lives of others. Up until now, Periscope and Snapchat, to name a few, have owned this space and...

Building on last year's F8 announcement of "Businesses on Messenger", Facebook will probably be announcing the next phase of the project by releasing its chat bot development framework during this week's F8 conference. Facebook will be releasing new SDKs and APIs to enable developers to...

Facebook is now allowing Canvas ads, which are sort of like Instant Articles for ads. Instagram has already passed Twitter for the number of active advertisers and Google may be helping businesses with their “permanently closed” problem, in this week’s Social You Should Know. Facebook Canvas...

Every so often we tend to see lists appear across the internet, speaking to some of the best places in the world to work. Some of these places have the best technology, an exquisite location or even better, an excellent benefits program. At Ignite Social Media,...