WhatsApp Goes Free, Viral Publishers Seeing Fewer Facebook Clicks

Global digital marketing news - WhatsApp has announced the messaging service will remove the $1 annual charge, The era of the viral Facebook post that generates a flood of traffic is winding down, and more

Why Plus Size Women Shouldn’t Do Yoga: Penningtons, a Canadian store that specializes in “plus-size” womens’ clothing, is gathering attention for the “I will not compromise” campaign with “Why Plus Size Women Don’t Do Yoga”, an online commercial featuring yoga instructor Dianne Bondy. Bondy sets out to disprove many of the myths relating to yoga and the plus size woman. The film has had millions of views on Facebook since its release on January 4.

New study shows Obama as the most ‘liked’ world leader on Facebook, and it’s not close: Maybe it’s his basketball skills. Maybe it’s Obamacare. Maybe it’s his whole-hearted embrace of all things Internet and social media. Whatever he’s doing, President Barack Obama is officially the most “liked” world leader on Facebook, and by a very, very wide margin.

Tagging a person on Facebook could land you in jail: A New York judge has determined that tagging someone on Facebook is a violation of a protection order.

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Viral publishers, seeing fewer Facebook clicks, shift focus to video: The era of the viral Facebook post that generates a flood of traffic is winding down for Facebook-dependent publishers. For many, the question of what’s next often lies in video.

WhatsApp goes free, says $1 annual charge was a barrier for some users: WhatsApp founder Jan Koum has announced the messaging service will remove the $1 annual charge, making the app completely free to use.

Facebook is opening an Oculus research office in Pittsburgh: An Oculus spokeswoman confirmed that the company has leased an office in Pittsburgh “that’s dedicated to Oculus Research.” In other words, it’s not just for any employees of Facebook, and not just for any Oculus employees, either.