A recent study claims that dozens of white supremacist groups are still using Facebook as a safe haven to spread extremist content.
In the findings, as published in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, researchers found that the ads were considerably effective at its intended outcome of eliciting more social engagements from users.
Posts depicting depressive feelings on Facebook are less likely to attract the encouragement necessary from peers, a new study suggests.
New research, available in the journal Information Systems Research, examines vanity metrics and user engagements on the social networking site Facebook.
A study has found that internet users who consume political information after reading short article previews on their Facebook News Feed may know more than they actually do. “We argue that Facebook’s
Google — and its products like YouTube and Waze — combined to account for 34.2% of all time on digital media in June, according to Pivotal Research analyst Brian Wieser.