“Stay focused and keep shipping,” indeed: Facebook appears to be testing another new feature for pages, this time allowing them to customize their appearances in different regions, while maintaining a single tally of likes.
May 16 (Bloomberg) -- Tom Skotidas, founder and director of Skotidas Pty Ltd., talks about General Motors Co.'s plan to stop advertising on Facebook Inc. and businesses' use of social-networking websites for marketing purposes.
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I mentioned in my previous blog post here on The Niche Report that I would share about Facebook's algorithm Edgerank. In this article you will learn why your page has seen less interaction in the past few months...
Facebook launched a mobile camera app. You may be wondering why Facebook launched a mobile camera app (quaintly called, Camera) just a short while after purchasing Instagram in a heart-stopping billion dollar acquisition.
Facebook got a black eye last week when General Motors announced it would cease advertising on the platform, yanking $10 million in annual ad spending away from Mark Zuckerberg just days before the company’s IPO. The move caused some to wonder if...
Maybe General Motors got an advance copy of new research from digital marketing agency Greenlight, which found that 44 percent of respondents to its survey would “never” click on Facebook ads or sponsored stories.
(Image credit: AFP/Getty Images via @daylife) Just days before Facebook's historic stock offering, General Motors said it plans to stop advertising on the social media site, concluding that its paid ads don't have a big impact on consumers.
Updated. Today was just another Saturday morning in blog land when Robert Scoble, the well-known tech startup enthusiast, went to post a comment on a Facebook post written by Carnegie Mellon student (and TechCrunch commenter extraordinaire) Max...
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