Content on Facebook informs professional bloggers’ posts more than any other type of media.
An interesting widget arrived by way of Israel in the form of Zooshia, which enables websites to embed a customizable area containing feeds from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
The Facebook content-management-system sector has a new entrant from one of its players, as Tel Aviv-based Fanzilla rolled out a new suite of applications for brand pages on the social network.
Coding Futures joins the fray of developers extending WordPress onto Facebook.
We’ve found numerous April Fools Day riffs about Facebook posted online today, none of them particularly funny.
Facebook pulled the page of Chinese dissident blogger and journalist Zhao Jing because he posted under an alias, Michael Anti, violating the site’s rules. But he thinks this violates his right to express himself on the site.
A new plugin for WordPress blogs incorporates Facebook log-in capabilities to offer readers a more convenient way to register for commenting privileges.
Involver just became latest vendor to enable posters to create content once, push it to several channels and analyze the performance across each of them.
Facebook and other social media like Twitter appear to be increasing their influence upon the blogosphere, according to Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2010 report, released today.
Later this evening Posterous will announce the ability to automatically post feed stories to your Facebook Page every time you create a new post. So far the only tool that has been available is the Facebook Notes application which imports your blog feed. While you’ll need a Posterous account to sync with your Page, the site provides individuals and businesses with a great platform for posting content.