Some creators who depend on the app for their livelihoods may have to adapt their marketing methods.
The FTC requires social media influencers to clearly disclose paid advertisements, but not everyone does.
"One of the students in the class was making, you know, up to $6,000 to $7,000 a month from her TikTok videos," says Bloomberg report Claire Ballentine.
The apparel maker was recently valued at $100 billion, more than competitors Zara and H&M combined.
Compensation in the influencer space is like the "wild, Wild West," says LaToya Shambo of Black Girl Digital. Her company wants to change that.
The bans follow Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Social media platforms have often resisted calls to restrict controversial content.
Duolingo’s social media coordinator on their big green owl, the “Wendy’s effect” and changing the voice of brands online.
The editor in chief of the music site talks about virality versus hooks, how musicians make a living and the future of criticism.
The app can cause certain products to blow up overnight, Vox's internet culture reporter Rebecca Jennings says.
Pedestrian and bicycle-safety advocates want to rewrite the federal manual to reduce its bias toward cars.