Entries in 'social media' (12)
Two years ago Facebook began to throttle back the organic reach of brand page posts, compelling marketers to invest in paid ad campaigns in order to reach the audiences they ...
Research from social media analysis firms Synthesio and ListenFirst has revealed which games publishers were most talked-about at this year’s E3.
The third season of the ESL Pro League saw a peak year-on-year growth of over 44% for online content consumed, making it the most successful cycle to date for the ...
Twitter’s Sam Bateman will provide a keynote presentation at next month’s London Games Conference.
The internet’s reputation as a hatred free-for-all is being increasingly challenged, and now two of its leading networks have taken steps to limit people’s freedom to abuse.
People caught sending abusive messages across the internet and social networks now face up to two years imprisonment under new laws.
Another member of the video games industry has decided to abandon Twitter after growing tired of the abuse being directed toward him and his family.
Games-centric tracking and social network Raptr has ditched console support.
Revolution 60 creator and game developer Brianna Wu has revealed that she has received 45 death threats online since the start of GamerGate.
The CEO of Twitter has in an internal communication admitted that his company has failed to take adequate action to tackle the abusive behaviour of some users.
Video games social network Raptr has said that some of its users’ data may have been accessed in a recent hack of its servers.
Times have changed. So goes the well-worn adage, and it holds as true for games retail as any other sector caught up in the digital revolution.