Instagram is building on its monetization capabilities with a new subscriptions feature, which allows creators to make monthly recurring income.
Four updates have rolled out to Twitter this week, which include new ways to react to tweets, new ways to compose tweets, and more.
Instagram is adding two new feeds to the app, and updating the existing home feed with more content from accounts you don’t already follow.
A new professional mode for Facebook profiles enables users to make money with features that were previously exclusive to Facebook Pages.
LinkedIn launches in Hindi, making it the first Indian regional language on LinkedIn to support the Hindi-speaking community of 600+ million people worldwide.
LinkedIn is rolling out access to live video and newsletters to users that have creator mode enabled on their personal profiles.
Twitter expands its private information policy to include “private media,” which refers to photos and videos captured without a person’s consent.
YouTube launches a new feature designed to simplify the keyword research process so you can create more content around topics people are looking for.
LinkedIn Service Marketplace, now available to everyone after a limited launch earlier this year, lets professionals promote their freelance services for free.
Meta launches new features for Facebook Groups to improve communication between members, strengthen communities, and give admins more ways to customize the look and feel.
Facebook is adding to its library of certificate programs with the launch of the six-course Marketing Analytics Professional Certification.
LinkedIn is adding new features to company pages to improve internal communication, attract new talent, and gain insight on competitors.
What started in a college dorm is set to transcend the physical world, as a new direction for Facebook begins with an unexpected name change.
Is your YouTube viewership down? You’re not alone. It’s normal for watch patterns to change around this time of year. The company explains why.
See what’s new in Facebook Ads updates designed to help advertisers with measurement issues from the tracking prompt fallout.
Facebook is rolling out a series of updates targeted at small businesses, including audio & video calls in Messenger, live audio rooms, and more.
YouTube is now using automatically generated chapters as a source of metadata in search. Previously only manually defined chapters were used when ranking search results.