Facebook said it was testing a feature that would let page administrators create job postings and receive applications from candidates.
It's not a new concept, but a number of online marketplaces are springing up to make it easier to swap votes.
"Snapchat has obviously been experimenting a lot with monetization and they've got a lot of really innovative products."
Despite saying it would shutter the service, Twitter might still sell looping video app Vine, TechCrunch reported on Monday.
Apple is going to hand over ad sales for the app to Comcast's NBCUniversal in an exclusive deal that starts in January, Recode reports.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $3 billion on Thursday, as Facebook's shares dropped more than 5.6 percent.
A High Court ruling concerning Brexit has angered the British press and public, with many expressing their frustration on social media.
Turkey has blocked access to several social media sites including Facebook and Twitter, according to an internet monitoring group.
China's top internet regulator now requires the country's live-streamers to hold a broadcasting license.
"I think that emphasis, on top of what they've said before, is what really shook investors," said Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster.
If you've ever taken a glance at Cher's Twitter profile, you'd notice her widespread and obsessive use of emojis.
The social media giant's slumping stock is a buying opportunity, say analysts.
Jason Nash had just released a feature film, "FML"—a deal that he got because of his 2.7 million followers. Then Twitter pulled the plug.
They may look similar, but the two companies stack up differently in key areas such as users, infrastructure, advertising demand and leadership.
Shares of Facebook declined 5 percent on Thursday after CFO David Wehner warned that ad revenue growth could slow in 2017.
Cramer says the three words 'meaningfully,' 'aggressive' and 'substantial' overshadowed Facebook's strong quarter.
Facebook's latest expectation-beating quarter is "as good as it can get" for the company, according to one analyst.
Facebook's slowing growth should be seen as an opportunity for hesitant investors to buy the tech giant's stock, one analyst says.
Pivotal Research Group's Brian Wieser talks about Facebook ad loads, and how Instagram and Whatsapp offer monetization opportunities for Facebook.
Facebook reported expectation-beating earnings and revenue, but CFO David Wehner warned that ad revenue growth rates would slow in 2017.
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