Hello, Ello


There’s a new kid on social media block: say hello to Ello. Ello is a “simple, beautiful, and ad-free social network created by a small group of artists and designers” which was originally created as a private network but, due to popularity, is now opening up to the public. They like to harp on that […]



Hacktivism is a term that we have started to hear more often in the news and otherwise. A concept which Generation Z has grown up with, Hacktivism is using computers and computer networks to promote or tarnish a political message. In the past couple years multiple groups have been formed that use hacking as a […]



There’s just enough time to squeeze in another predictions post before Community staff  head off for the holidays. There has been much talk about mobile recently, and for good reason – mobile accounted for 28% of all website traffic this year. Come 2014, if you can’t get it on your phone instantly, you won’t want […]

Updates to Facebook’s Open Graph


Straight from the Facebook Newsroom, a blog post titled “Graph Search Now Includes Posts and Status Updates” was published on September 30th. This is how Facebook announced the evolution of Open Graph, which includes updates that will greatly aid journalists looking for first hand information about current events and their sources, as the latest edit on […]

Facebook Launches Trends- Homage to Twitter?

Facebook ads trends a la Twitter via @communityagency

In a move to build the foundation for yet another ad product, Facebook launched Trends. The groundwork for Facebook trends was set out 2 months ago after the implantation of hashtag functionality. On August 7th, a Facebook rep told Mashable “Today we started running a small test that displays topics trending on Facebook. It is […]