New Facebook Features Give Users Privacy Control

How seen do you wanna be? To help its over 200 million users better manage their personal and professional lives — which increasingly intersect on its website — Facebook is testing new privacy controls. The tools enable users to decide which groups or people are able to see respective photos, videos and text-based updates posted […]

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Case study: An affordable way to build a social community

Marketing and brands are relationships between consumers and products, and relationship building is a two-way conversation. It is not the one-to-many broadcast commercial that defines a customer’s relationship with a brand. Rather, it’s the more informal — often personal — interactions with a product or company that result in long-term brand engagement. Technology, specifically the […]