Facebook Inc, the world's biggest social networking site, has teamed up with a Chinese partner on real-time bidding (RTB) for advertising on its site, a technology used by Google Inc and other Internet companies to target advertisements to...
Facebook giveth and Facebook taketh. When the company first talked about the Open Graph at the last f8 developer conference in San Francisco last year, there was the promise of a whole slew of apps that would have many types of actions feeding...
Well, that was quick: Just days after the release of Facebook’s new Poke iPhone application, the app has already been used for advertising purposes in a creative campaign Grey Israel concocted for Delta Lingerie.
Following moves that began last October, when Google began allowing Google Apps users access to Google+, the company announced today several more features which are aimed at pushing Google-branded social experiences deeper into the business world.
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