As 2012 ends and 2013 begins, AllFacebook looked back at its top 10 stories in terms of Facebook likes and retweets on Twitter, and the most surprising thing we found was that not a single post appeared on both lists.
In January 2010, Facebook had just 337 million users — a figure that has ballooned to roughly 1 billion this year. While Facebook is still most popular in the U.S., the social network has grown in leaps in bounds in countries such as Brazil and India over the past three years. An infographic from Socialbakers illustrates how the demographics of Facebook have changed since 2010.
As the nation heads into the final stretch of the 2012 election cycle, Democratic technology vendor NGP VAN introduced Social Organizing, a tool that adds a social layer to a campaign’s website and matches Facebook friends with information from voter registration records.
Predictions for 2012 continue to roll in, with the latest coming from Dean Alms, vice president of marketing at Facebook commerce provider Milyoni.
Location and time, timeline, new forms of currency, and TV-related conversations will play big roles for Facebook in 2012, according to predictions from digital design consultancy Fjord.
Even though the results of the Iowa caucus are known, social media firms continue to rehash the votes in an attempt to answer the simple question: Did Facebook and other social media platforms predict the outcome in Tuesday’s election?
Although Republicans kicked off the 2012 campaign with a wild contest in Iowa, new data shows the party is losing the social media war to President Barack Obama. Badly.
Look for Facebook to play a major role in what promises to an exciting year in politics.
President Barack Obama is less popular on Facebook than on the micro-blogging site Twitter, according to a new poll from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News.
Whether you’re involved in politics or promoting a brand, here three features that can boost interaction on a Facebook page and integration with a website.