Women

  • Twitter Updates Progress on Diversity, Inclusion

    …-identify as LGBTQ. While this data collection is new and therefore limited, we wanted those who chose to identify to be counted. Of employees answering, 10 percent identified as LGBTQ. As more employees respond in 2017, we expect to have a more complete picture. We know that the effects of our actions–many of which were new for 2016–cannot…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 37 readers -
  • How the Social Media Dumpster Fire Hijacked the Election

    … effectively enforced the false narrative. True supporters huddled in private groups where it was safe to talk about her positives. Pantsuit Nation was formed in October, and it grew to more than 3.6 million ardent Clinton supporters in under one month. On the upside, a historic number of women were elected to Congress, bringing the total number…

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  • How to Use the Redesigned iOS Emojis to Engage With Women

    … Sometimes words just aren’t enough–thank goodness for iOS emojis. It’s hard to imagine communicating without the aid of these colorful little icons that so effortlessly convey tone and inject a little whimsy into everyday conversations. It’s no surprise, then, that nearly 37 percent of adults use emojis regularly. Although emojis are normally…

    Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Twitter How To's- 38 readers -
  • 53% of Women Made Purchases Due to Influencer Posts (Survey)

    … Despite what could be considered a pervasively toxic environment, women are one of the most active groups on social media. Not only do women rule social media, but they are also influential, discerning and willing to buy based on influencer recommendations. Bloglovin, a media platform that connects consumers with their favorite influencers…

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  • Pinterest Updates Diversity Efforts for 2016, Goals for 2017

    … Pinterest released an update on the results of its diversity efforts for 2016 and its plans for 2017. The social network said it met most of its goals for 2016, with the exception of its hiring rate for women in engineering, where it aimed for 30 percent and ended up at 22 percent. CEO Ben Silbermann detailed Pinterest’s 2016 results and 2017…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social- 22 readers -
  • Ivanka Trump Separates Business, Personal Social Feeds

    …: https://t.co/gb7nqdmLEK pic.twitter.com/GH4XnjzPyl — Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) November 21, 2016 Ivanka Trump explained the moves in her announcement: Our company’s mission is not political—it never was and it never will be—however, Ivanka personally has an increased opportunity to advocate for women and be a positive force for change. As a private…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 10 readers -
  • If Women Rule Social, Why Don’t We Make Content for Them?

    …. The Sprite #BrutallyRefreshing campaign earlier this year resulted in a massive backlash from women all over the world, despite the fact that the campaign only ran in Ireland, and parent company Coca-Cola was forced to issue a public apology. Knowing that every advertisement, whether it originates in social or not, will likely end up there…

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  • Is Snapchat Growing Faster Than Instagram? (Infographic)

    … until recently. Both platforms are experiencing a demographic shift. In January, Instagram captured 59 percent and 68 percent of American and British women signups, respectively, and as of April, Snapchat had a 3 percent and 5 percent lead, respectively. It seems like Snapchat’s strategies have paid off, and it looks like mainstream adoption has…

    AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 32 readers -
  • What Motivates People to Share on Facebook? (Infographics)

    … of people said they preferred to share something because it was useful. Women are more likely to share content to elicit an emotional response, where men are more motivated to share content to persuade their friends. Both men and women like to share content to inform their Facebook friends about issues they feel are important. The percentage…

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  • Dads Not Feeling the Father’s Day Love on Social (Infographic)

    … Women might dominate social, but there are still plenty of men on social and on the internet overall. 75 percent of parents use social media, according to a Pew Research Center report–even more among millennials–but a survey conducted by Social Media Link indicates that Father’s Day doesn’t get nearly as much attention as Mother’s Day. Social…

    Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 19 readers -
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