Social Media Users Don’t Want News in Their News Feeds (Report)

Social media has changed how people communicate and consume media. For better or for worse, digital media enables people far and wide to discuss whatever they want, whenever they want. But which topics surface most often, and what are people most interested in discussing on social? A study from Spot.Read the full article


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