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Pew Internet and American Life Project study shows more people leaving Facebook.
Sprout Social is offering a free analytics tool called #BePresent
Bloggers will love the new Facebook newsfeed.
Yup. Facebook is changing up the timeline. Again.
Fascinating marketing data in a great infographic about women on social media.
Where does mom blogging go from here? 20 top mom bloggers place their bets on the future of online communities.
Vimeo adds new filters feature to its service.
New infographic shows that most people don't trust advertising.
The second Dad 2.0 conference was held in Houston at the end of January, and was covered by the New York Times.
Today the new Copyright Alert System rolled out to help target piracy on the web.
Are you looking for work? How's your LinkedIn profile? Here's how to improve it — and you can start by no longer calling yourself a blogger.
It's Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and the treatment center Renfrew is asking folks to go without makeup one day this week on social media.
A new 2013 Digital Media Report from Technorati shows a strong disconnect between marketing spending and actual digital influence when it comes to bloggers.
A new partnership between a fashion designer and a blogger helps raise funds for postpartum depression.
CNN releases the rules of the internet. Internet users, beware.
Facebook is slowly rolling out Open Graph search to all users.
Twitter is soon going to give some tweets a higher "grade" than others.
In an extension of Facebook's Promoted Posts feature, soon you'll be able to pay to promote your friends' posts as well.
Facebook's new guidelines for promotional images is clarified, but how it impacts bloggers that create images to promote content is hard to say.
QR codes are a great way to direct people to your website or blog.
Controversial blogger The Feminist Breeder puts content behind a pay wall.
Are you using Pinterest to promote your blog? Check out these 10 Pinterest stats and you'll see why you should be.
Instagram announces a web feed for it's images.
Shockingly, Google+ has leaped into second place in the social media wars.
Defamation (and slander and libel) are becoming an issue in blogging.
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