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Category archive: Social Media

Google Reports Earnings Along with Display And Mobile Revenue

Google reported Thursday that profit rose 32% during the last quarter as a result of advertisers spending more on paid search and display advertising. Search ads remain the company’s primary revenue driver, from desktop to mobile. Display ads also continue to pick up. The company posted a profit of $2.17 billion — or $6.72 a…

Bing And Facebook Personalize Search

Earlier this week, Microsoft and Facebook held a press event to announce a new module coming to Bing. In essence, Bing is now a true social search engine, using your own Facebook social graph to inform and expand your decision-making process. Looking for a new restaurant or a good movie? The new Bing experience will…

Stylebot – Chrome Extension That Lets Users Change Any Web Page’s Design Instantly

One of our favorite web browsers just got a cool new tool in the form of Stylebot, a new Chrome extension that allows you to access and modify the CSS for any web page from within the browser. That’s right — users get a completely customized design experience for any page they choose. The changes…

5 Easy Ways to Support a Cause Through Your Social Network

Collecting money for posting advertisements on your Twitter feed, Facebook wall, and other social media profiles might not be the best way to win friends (or followers) and influence people. But your network is likely to be more forgiving, and even encouraging, if you are promoting a good cause. The following five websites can help…

Twitter Mouseover Security Flaw

A spokesperson for Twitter tells us “This should now be fully patched and is no longer exploitable.” A new Twitter (Twitter) security flaw has been widely exploited on thousands of Twitter accounts, redirecting users to third-party websites without their consent. The bug is particularly nasty because it works on mouseover only, meaning pop-ups and third-party…

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