Facebook launched an initiative aimed at giving third-party developers included in the portfolios of seed funds advanced notice of new tools and features, with the aim of encouraging those developers to build their businesses around the social network.
Zynga’s newest release, Hidden Chronicles, graces the top of our chart this week, followed by tools that help brands create better pages on the social network.
Would-be competitors to LinkedIn continue to launch Facebook applications, and the latest such entry comes from SmartRecruiters.
LinkedIn isn’t the only game in the social networking town when it comes to career advancement and opportunities, and while BranchOut has carved itself a niche as the LinkedIn of Facebook, there’s still room for related services, such as the recently introduced Career Notify.
Can BranchOut use $18 million in funding to professional networking on Facebook into a massive goldmine?
Over the past week, thousands of Facebook users have noticed their friend posting requests to their Facebook Profile, asking for help to grow their professional network on Facebook through a new application called “BranchOut”.