Charlotte's own Angela Ruch and her husband Mike join Good Day Charlotte to talk about Ruch life, docuseries on Facebook watch.
Publicist and digital marketer, J. Hill, shows us how to build our social media presence through the N.I.C.K. method.
Facebook reveals how often it tracks information about user's daily life.
Glenn Weiss was posting an Air Force graphic on his Facebook page in support of his enlisted son and to his shock and dismay, Facebook removed the post and had him banned, citing objectionable content.
Kristin Johnson from Charlotte SPCA comes into Good Day Charlotte to talk about how to help homeless pets through social media.
Good Day Anchor, Jason Harper, talks with Live Stream Strategist, Roshanda Pratt, about spring cleaning your social media.
Good Day Charlotte's Page Fehling gets a lesson on how deleting post on social media can lead to serious consequence from Nicole Sodoma from Sodoma Law.
A new social media game is being called sick upsetting and alarming. It’s called the 48-hour challenge and it’s being reported on across the United Kingdom as teens are going missing.
A man who replied to his own wanted post on Facebook is being held on a $1 million bond after turning himself in to authorities on multiple charges, including rape.
Good Day's Page Fehling talks to Kristen Johnson from the Greater Charlotte SPCA for tips on how you can help animals while scrolling on your favorite social media platform.
Aimee Symington, CEO of Finesse Worldwide, explains how some messages can be received the wrong way when we rely too much on social media and gives some social media etiquette tips.