The Facebook at Work project the social network launched in January is still in a limited testing phase, but is there interest in it? According to recent research by GlobalWebIndex: 49 percent of active LinkedIn users in the U.S.
For many customers and marketers, social media marketing is the sole pursuit of chasing Facebook "likes". Facebook is the largest social network on the planet. Bigger is better, or is it? Could you be doing more?
If you thought Facebook was just one giant time-suck vortex where your life disappears while sharing cat videos and finding quizzes to discover which character on “Friends” you most resemble, then here’s some good news: You are actually doing your...
Given that links appear to be more clickable when shared on Facebook, online publishers have scrambled to become savvy gamers of Facebook’s News Feed, seeking to divine the secret rules that push some stories higher than others.
The explosion of apps across Facebook means many of its core elements are buried under clutter – bad news for marketers (RT @AdobeSocial: Is Facebook shifting from being a social network to a mere app platform?
It has happened to you, and it has probably happened more than once. But you may not have realized why. And you may not have known you were helping to change online advertising and, well, advertising in general.
People check Facebook to see pictures of their friends and family, laugh at the latest memes and learn about breaking news. The last thing they want—or expect—to see in their news feed is a blatant sales pitch from your brand.
You might have noticed that your Facebook News Feed is faster than it used to be on your iPhone or iPad. You're not crazy. Facebook has made the News Feed operate 50% faster than the previous version in the iOS app, according to the company.
Facebook's James Pearce came on the Structure Show this week to talk about how Facebook handles open source projects, and how the new TODO group it's part of is going help the rest of the world release their own code to the world.
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