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    Social media app Buffer hacked by spammers
    Buffer, a social media management app that allows users to schedule posts to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, was recently hacked.As a result of the hack, which occurred on Saturday, some of Buffer’s 1 million registered users that linked...
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    Buffer adds support for LinkedIn Company Pages
    If there is a service that always listens to user feedback, it is Buffer. On Wednesday, the team announced the introduction of a long-requested feature: the ability to post and schedule updates to LinkedIn Company Pages.Launched only a few weeks...
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    Social media news: Buffer, Prismatic,, Vimeo, WordPress, and more
    Here is a quick roundup of some of the latest happenings in the social media world.BufferThe Buffer team released a brand new Buffer button for blogs and websites this week. This button allows readers to share content on Twitter, LinkedIn and...
  • Buffer-Trapit integration
    BufferApp announces new integrations for iOS clients
    Like HootSuite, BufferApp is a company that never stops expanding its horizons. On Tuesday, the scheduling service for Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, announced that it had struck partnerships with three apps: Trapit, Feeddler and AppNet Rhino....
  • Twitter's new Profiles Directory
    Twitter releases new directory
    The Twitter team quietly unveiled its Profiles Directoryearlierthis week.Inspired by Facebook’s People Directory,this directory lists, alphabetically by first name, all the Twitter users who have opted to have a public profile. Profiles with...
  • The new Facebook interest lists
    Social Media news: Buffer, LinkedIn, Facebook and WordPress
    The Internet was teeming with news again this week. Let us have a look at what the near future holds for the social media experience.BufferBuffer launched on Wednesday the new version of Digg Digg, a WordPress sharing buttons plugin that the...
  • Buffer for LinkedIn
    Buffer introduces new feature
    Buffer users can officially rejoice. After Twitter and Facebook, LinkedIn becomes the third social network supported by the third-party platform. Co-founder Leo Widrich announced the news on Thursday via the Buffer blog."Our goal with Buffer...
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