The competition among Facebook business Pages will increase, as the social network pays more attention to paid distribution than to organic
Instagram and Mobli are at odds. When Israel-based photo-sharing app Mobli initiated a contest against top photo-sharing website Instagram in March 2013, it was only a matter of time before reprisal and retaliation. Now Instagram’s clock has
Facebook is looking for ways to allow its users to unfollow friends who keep on spewing posts and comments that may be irrelevant or clutter to
Facebook has added more links and related articles to its News Feed to cope up with the challenge presented by news apps.
In an attempt to deliver more high-quality content and be the top source of news articles, the social network tweaked its News Feed algorithm, including pushing more news content atop the feed and showing a “Related Articles” box after clicking article links.
In addition, Facebook will promote old content atop the feed if friends post new comments on those links.
So you’re a business on Facebook and you want to rock social media? Here, do this and not that.
The first thing the infographic reminds us is to “follow the 80/20 rule”. This means that you should post a mix of work and play content. However, share more things social.
According to this, 80 percent of your posts should be social meaning they should be something of interest and related to your industry or audience. Make sure that only 20 percent of the content you posted are of your own …
Facebook has recently admitted that they are losing teenagers during the third quarter of the year.
“We did see a decrease in [teen] daily users [in the third quarter], especially younger teens,” David Ebersman, Facebook chief financial officer, said late last month in an admission that runs contrary to past comments by Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg.
That bit put a dent in an otherwise good quarter for Facebook.
We here at Social Barrel previously ran an infographic asking, Are Teens Now …
Facebook is an effective mainstream advertising channel with nearly 50 percent of News Feed advertisements reaching the target
Facebook, the world’s largest social network, has joined the GSM Association (GSMA), the social networking giant has confirmed.
In a statement sent to FierceWireless, Facebook VP of partnerships Dan Rose said that the move reflects the social network’s “focus on mobile and our continued desire to work closely and collaboratively with partners in the industry.”
Rose added: “we look forward to playing an active role as a member.”
Facebook is the first social network to be a member of …
Facebook has changed the way people consume news, as users come across breaking news without the direct intent to look for
Facebook made several announcements late last week, including a new Boston engineering team and office, a TV guide feature for its Android app, a redesigned Facebook Like button, and star ratings on desktop