It's all here: great uses for Vine, promos via Tumblr, and hashtags on Twitter. Hashtags on Facebook. More targeted Twitter ads. YouTube's record-breaking traffic. Yammer for SharePoint. Social warfare with Shakespeare-worthy love. And the answer to the age-old question: Is Gangnam Style really better than the Harlem Shake? Skim to get your wiggle on.
Rapping for real talk. We know you're tired of SXSW, but we couldn't help sharing the awesome way the disruptive conference is sharing its keynote talks: through rap videos. Below, the recap for Elon Musk:
YouTube hits the 1B mark. Speaking of video, here's some clarity on just how dominant YouTube is in the market: with help from smartphones, it's managed to pass one billion unique monthly users each month, challenging Facebook as the Internet's largest social network. (Facebook hit the 1B-average mark last October.) "Nearly one out of every two people on the internet visits YouTube," Google boasts, making it a hotspot for major brands and uppity startups alike.
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