Facebook contest rules stated that you had to use a third party app to hold a contest on Facebook but on August 27, 2013, Facebook lifted this restriction. In the past, you could not ask for a like or a comment as a condition of entering the contest.
2013 is shaping up to be a tipping point for the retail industry on Facebook. So far this year retail has experienced the greatest decline in key metrics since 2011. With brands forking over more ad dollars to Facebook than...
In today’s click and get economy, customers are turning to social media networks more than ever to express an issue with a product or service. The trend is growing so much that Nielsen reports 1 in 3 users prefer to...
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