Customer profile-management provider Janrain offered its take on social login trends for the first quarter of 2014, which differed markedly from the conclusions provided by consumer-management-suite provider Gigya earlier this week on the same topic.
When it came to social logins in the first quarter of 2014, Facebook stood strong, regaining share in several industries and regions, while Google Plus held steady or registered gains, and Yahoo continued to plummet, according to the latest report from consumer-management-suite provider Gigya.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and five other technology executives met with President Barack Obama at the White House last Friday to discuss the National Security Agency and government surveillance, but the meeting apparently did not adequately address Zuckerberg’s concerns, based on a statement released by the social network.
Vivek Wadhwa, a research professor at Stanford University, published a diatribe on LinkedIn a few months ago titled, “Facebook Is Doomed.” Contributing to the debate on the medium- and long-term sustainability of one of the biggest social networks is undoubtedly a healthy endeavor. However, this excessive public statement distinguishes itself with rather frivolous arguments on Wadhwa’s part.
Facebook and Google users will soon no longer be able to use credentials from those sites to log in to Yahoo services such as fantasy sports and photo-sharing network Flickr, instead being required to register for Yahoo IDs, Reuters reported.
Facebook is looking to extend its reach into Hollywood’s television industry with its newest hire, Ryan Seacrest Productions Executive Vice President of New Media Sibyl Goldman, who joined the social network as head of entertainment partnerships, based at its office in the Playa Vista area of Los Angeles.
Much like the third quarter of 2013, login with Facebook remained the dominant form of social login in the fourth quarter, according to the latest report from consumer-management-suite provider Gigya, but the competition continued to creep up.
Let’s be honest: You watch the Super Bowl as much for the ads as for the football. And the always hotly anticipated ads make for great conversation, both in real-life and on social media. Social influence marketing platform Crowdtap polled 1,000 men and women to find out how consumers will be sharing Super Bowl ads before, during, and after the big game Sunday.
U.S. mobile ad spending is projected to reach nearly $9.6 billion in 2013, accounting for 22.5 percent of digital ad investments, up from 11.9 percent in 2012 and less than 3 percent in 2010, and Facebook was one of the primary drivers, according to the latest report from research outfit eMarketer.