Here’s a warning to the 57 percent of the 500 juniors and seniors in college polled by social media reputation-protection utility Persona who do not believe they have inappropriate content on Facebook: 69 percent of job recruiters have rejected candidates based on content found on Facebook and other social networks.
How you socialize online, who with, and how often can make or break your loan application: True or false? It is true, surprisingly. And it is likely to become more so.
Facebook’s tag suggest feature for photos has seen its share of controversy, particularly in Europe, and the social network revealed Thursday in its new data use policy that it may begin collecting users’ profile pictures for a database aimed at improving the feature.
Facebook social recruiting solution Work4Labs released its Get Hired Using Facebook guide Tuesday, offering job seekers a comprehensive look at how they can turn their Facebook profiles into potential employment.
When Facebook introduced Video on Instagram last month, one of the most notable absent features was the ability to embed that content elsewhere on the Web, such as on blogs and websites. Ask and ye shall receive: Instagram Wednesday announced the launch of embedding for photos and videos.
Graph Search, which Facebook began slowly rolling out in beta in January, is ready for the next step, as the social network announced Monday that all users with U.S. English as their selected language will gain access to the feature “in the next few weeks,” telling ABC News “several hundreds of millions of people” will get Graph Search this week.
Facebook released version 6.2 of its application for iOS devices, adding the structured status updates that were previously available only on desktop or via the social network’s mobile site, as well as the ability to edit who can see content users have shared, even if that content was shared in the past.